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VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



Serving The City' Of l^tr^nia^ Beach 




4eth YEAR.~NO. 36 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1971 



TELEPHONE 428-2401 



10 CENTS 



It Was A 
'Hot Issue' 

The Virginia Beach Sun's 
ginnmer tourist publication, The 
Wlmijanuner, became a "hot 
issue" last weelt. 

4t ended up in the city in- 
cinerator! 

-An over-zealous trash 
collecting crew apparently 
thought the 25,000 or so copies 
awaiting distribution last 
Wednesday were strictly for 
burning. 

At any rate, the full weekly 
complement was picked up 
about 6 a.nx and promptly done 
away with. 

Another supply had to be run 
on Wednesday, the .same day the 
Sun is printed. Con.scquently, 
the Windjammer was 24 hours 
late reaching the tourists, the 
Sun was late reaching its carriers 
and the entire operation was 
thrown into chaos. 

It was all a perfectly logical 
error, of course. It was quite 
reasonable to assume that 
stacks of newspaper, properly 
wire-wrapped in bundles and 
protected by cardboard .sheets 
against the weather, were sit- 
ting there at the loading door for 
trash pick-up. 

Oh, well, no need to cry over 
burned Windjammers. It all 
worked out fine-except for the 
extra gray hairs, irate ad- 
vertisers, frayed nerves, and 
hot tempers. 

Rut, looking at it all with a 
sense of humor, it made for a 
very interesting week. 




SCN . SCI.l SIVE 



Local Skllo, Fortune 
Games Test Lottery 



Final Fun Splurge 

With school and cold weather just around the corner, families are rushing to the campgrounds for one final fun 

splurge before winter. See In-Sight , 

Obscenity Conviction 

Womack Free, Awaits Appeal 



Herman Lynn Womack, a 
resident of Mnkhorn Park was 
released on bond Monday 



Deaf Mute Accuses 
SȤpect In Court 



A cteaf mute faced his alleged 
assailant during criminal 
proceedings in lyiunicipal Court 
Monday in what is believed to be 
the first incident of it's kind in 
resort city judicial history. 

Uget Green, 35, of Sand Pit 
Road, who according to 
testimony is unable to hear, 
Mp(>uk, read or write, appeared 
In court as the victim of an 
ultcged malicious assault and 
«rn)(Hl robbery. 

Koosevclt M. Painter, 22, of 
Barrs Road, was chvged with 
the alleged wounding, cut- 
ting, and robbery of Green on 
the afternoon of U . July 17 
during a party at a i csidence in 
the Burton Station area of 
Virginia Beach. 

Painter, according to officials, 
is charged with allegedly cutting 
Green several times when a 
fight involving several men 
broke out in the yard of the 
home, ai well as allegedly 
taking a watch and $5 from 
Green during the altercation. 

Hev. John W. Stallings, pastor 
of the Deaf Missionary Church 
in Norfolk, acted as interpreter 
during court proceedings 



relaying questions directed to 
Green and conveying his 
responses to the court by means 
of sign language. 

Stallings was qualified to act 
in this capacity by presenting 
the court with a card identifying 
him as being listed with the 
National Registry of Interpeters 
for the Deaf. 

During the 20 minute court 
proceedings Green, "speaking" 
through Stallings in- 
terpretations of sign language 
into vocal responses, told the 
court Painter was the man who 
attacked him. ^ 

As the trial proceeded nearly 
everyone in the court room, 
those waiting to testify in other 
cases and specatators on hand to 
witness activities, seemed to be 
held spellbound as they silently 
watched the proceedings. 

Stallings not only relayed 
information between Green and 
ll\o i-tnirl but ul»o kept Cireon 
informed on on the examination 
of other witnesses testifying in 
court by moans of sign language 
to allow Green to gain full 

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pending an appeal d his ob- 
scenity conviction, according to 
an article published in the 
Washington PoiA. 

Information publi^ied by the 
Post iftated Womack has been 
s«M«ieed by Ju^u Barring ton 
D. Pwiter, in the District of 
Columbia's U.S. District CiMirt, 
to 7 >i years impiliMimmt 
following his convi^on oS ob* 
scenity law violations. 

Recent Post articles stated 
Womack, a 42-year-old former 
George Washington University 
professor of philosophy, was 
convicted in July by an eight- 
man feur-woman fedwal jury of 
interstate movement of otacme 
literature. 

The chargn against Womack 
stemmed from alleged 
distribution by his firm, the 
Potomac News Co., of 17 
publications oriented to 
honrwsexuals. He was found 
guilty of transporting and 
mailing 15 of the pubUcations 
over state lines. 

These, according to the Post, 
included such publlcatloni as 
•My Last Time. . .Never 
Again," "Boys Who Seduce 
Other Boys" and several copies 
of "Boys" which contain serin 
of photographs of young 
children in the nude in erotic 
poses. 

During Womack's trial the 
prosecution reportedly con- 
tended the publications were 
"lewd, lascivious and filthy," 
while his defense was based on 



the premise ttie material only 
held appeal for a "normal erotic 
interest." 

Post articles quoted Womack 
with saying "I simply think 
homosexualsshmildbeallowedto 
read what^ they want," He 
hirthtt drfended his acUona, 
according to the Post, by Mitii^ 
he ^believed "bomoitxusls 
slwiiid have the rii^t to the 
same kind of literature that 
hetrosexuals have." 

When the jury retunwd It's 
guilty verdict last month Judge 
Parker deferred sentencing 
until last Wednesday, Aug. 25, at 
the same time rescinding 
Womack's bond and ordering he 
be deUined in Jail until hirtiier 
proceedings. 

Last Wednesday Parker 
sentenced Wcunack to prison 
terms of me to Utree years on 



his conviction on interstate 
transporation of obscene 
material, plus a term of 18 
months to 4^a years on his 
convictkm of interstate mailing 
of obscene material. He also 
decr^ that Uie sentences be 
served consecutively, thtis 
resulting in the maximum ten^ 
0^ 1% yeara Impflsonment. He 
defied until Monday a hearing 
on Wrack's request for boni 
pen<ttn9 an appeal of his cm- 
viction. 

According to. the Post Judge 
Parker Monday released 
Womack on 12,500 bond. In 
making the move Judge Parker, 
the Post stated, decreed tiiat 
Wrnnack is "not to mgage in 
publishing comparable 
literature (pornography)" 
during U)e time he remained 
free on bond. 



By L«t L«high . 

A recent opinion from State 
Attorney General Andrew P. 
Miller that the game of "Skilo ' 
constitutes a lottery is expected 
to receive it's first of test 
validity in Virginia Beach 
Municipal Court. 

The opinion wilt be subjected 
to test on Friday. Sept. 10 when 
the managers of Atlantic 
Avenue locations of en- 
tertainn^ent. Lucky's Skilo" 
and "Fortune." are scheduled to 
enter court on charges of 
"operating a lottery." 

Attorney General Miller, on 
July 20. ruled that the game of 
"Skilo" appears to "constitute a 
tottery under section 18,1-340 of 
the Code of Virginia." 

Miller issued his ruling in 
re^Htnse to a request from 
Norfolk Commonwealth's At- 
torney Joi^h H. Campbell in 
which Campbell deMribed the- 
method of ^y used in the game 
of Skllo along with the 
possibility of receiving ca^ as a 
prize in the game. 

Police reporU indicate Uurt 
lAkcky's Skilo manager Edward 
V. Randall. 47. of Winston-Salem 
Avenue, and Fortune manager 
George W. Barnes. S5. of Fern 
Court, were arrested on charges 
of operatit« a tottery foUowing 
an investi^Uon on these ac- 
tivities. 

Authorities indicated they had 
evittence of thrt| inv^lgators 
wiittdng mmey e0 two separate 
occassions irtiUe pi^c^pating 
in the games. ^ , 

Since lMeky'§' Skile and 
Fortune have raportedly bm 
tong-standiiq{ (^rations at their 
Atlantic Avmue locations tte 
(ptestlm of what broui^t Oie 
charges at this time were 
discussed with Police Chief Cd. 
W.W. Davis. 



Davis said "The Com- 
monwealth's Attorney in Nor- 
folk recently wrote the Attorney 
General describing this type of 
game and Miller ruled it was a 
iyp<,» of lrtler\". 

•Subiioquently I received a 
letter from Commonwealth's 
Attorney .Andre Evans, with a 
copy of Miller's ruling, who 
usked that we investigate these 
activities, and as a result of our 
investigation we brought 
charges against the men 
operating these games." . 

Davis also pointed out the 

First Cohniol 



nuinagers of the activitiM were 
given the t^ortunity to eease 
oprrattons before chari^ wwe 
placed. 

He explained this fa^' M^ing 
"After obtaining ow eviwiee, 
we i4iowed them (Randall and- 
Itarnoiit a copy of 
Miller's opinim and ask^ tiMt 
they cease opa-atlom. "niey did 
not and char0» vstrt brouf^t." 

Agreeing these activities have 
flourished for cwisideraUe ttaae 
Davis added "These operations 
have not caused us any 
problems, but still tiie tow is ttc 
law." 



Beach Jaycees 
Urge Support 
To Stop Busing 



Chairman of the Virginia 
Beach Jaycees Busing Op- 
position Committee Robert L. 
Warren announced Tuesday the 
Jaycees have initiated a cam- 
paign in support of a proposed 




Curriculum Guide 
Now Available For 
EMR Teachers 



Mrs. Mm7 Walter shows the new curriculum guide 
MIND (Meelliig IndlvMual Needs Dally) which will he 
hMretfn^d toio special edncatim classes this Fall. Mrs. 
fNter ^eriUwIid tfie p>o^t. desired for KMR 
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By Heitn Criit 

A !(tep forward was taken last 
week for ;W Beach teachers of 
educable menially retarded 
iKMH> children, when they 
received a curriculum guide, 
KntitW MIND (Meeting In- 
dividual Need* Dolly" it was 
presented for the first time at a 
three day workahop at the 
Cwter for Effective Learning. 

Coordinoted by Mrs, Mary 
Walker, it was compiled by 12 
(eacher» of special education, 
under a Title VI grant for the 
l»7i>-7l year. 

The result of nearly one years 
research, it is actually in two 
volumes: the first deals with 
ehilA*en on the primary ai^ 
interrawllate le\el, tl» second, 
with those in junior and smior 
high kImmIs. 

"We're all m pnM of this 
guide. ' Mrs. Walker ssid. 
"Before this the teacher had 
«ily her o^n ingenuity to go by, 
but wjw. ilw will be aUt to 
follow the recommenditions in 
the book" 

ftrMrt^ that It was ctylcd 
trm as tihw sysMn, Mrs. 



Walker laid that, rather it was 
bawed oii tlie combined practical 
experiences of the authors, who 
have been special education 
teachers for many years. 

The three day workshop was 
designed specifically to 
act^int the teachers with the 
new gui^. 

. Mrs, Noncy F. Anderson, 
instructional specialist, spoke to 
the teachers on "Assessing 
Individual Academic 
Achievement Uve^^' 

Miss Patricia King, a reading 
supervisor, spoke on "Im- 
plementing the Reading 
Program. 'From the State 
Deportment, Mrs Arletia 
Elliott correlated the subject 
matter aKl Mrs. Esllwr Shevick 
showed ho«' materials could be 
efficiently used for Im- 
plementing MIND. 

Mrs, Shevick recommended 
various b«*s. pami^leis and 
educational records to im- 
plemmt the guide 

Discussing the child at the 
ix1mar\- l«\-el. s»» said, "We all 

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constitutional amendment 
which would have the effect of 
stopping the forced busing of 
children to obtain a racial 
balance in schools. 

Warren said, "letters have 
been written to Senators Harry 
F. Byrd. Jr. and William B. 
Spong and Representatives 
Thomas N. Downing and G. 
William Whttehurst urging their 
support of the proposed con- 
stitutional amendment. We 
already know that they are all in 
opposition to busing and in favor 
of the constitutional amendment 
but we want to know how In- 
dividuals and organizations 
within Virginia Beach feel and 
that we support the actions they 
have taken thus far". 

Currently the proposals for a 
constitutional amendment 
which are in the form of a H(MJse 
Resolution iNo. 777) and 
Senate Resolutim <n2i are 
before the respective Judiciary 
Committee. 

In talking with represen- 
tatives of Representative G. 
William Whitehursts office 
Warren said, "the biggest fear 
of proponent of the amendment 
is that the resolution may 
become licked up in the 
Judiciary committees and never 
reach the floor so that a vote 
could be taken. 

After considering all the 
factors Warren said his cwn- 
mtitet in action subsequent to 
the support of the Brock 
Amendment recommended to 
the Jaycee membership that 
they go one step further by 
SU|^>orting the recomendation of 
Representative Thomas N. 
Downing that the Presidmt 

/Continued OB l^^iij 



Football Season Kicks 
Off Tomorrow Evening 



First Colonial kicks off the 
football season in Eastern 
Virginia tomorrow evening 
wh«i they mgage the powerful 
Hampton High School eleven at 
'8 p.m. in the First Colmdal Hifpi 
School stadium. All otter Beach 
high schooto oopen their seasons 
a we^ later on Friday, Sep- 
tember 10th. 

Frank Webster, head football 
coach at First Colonial. Is 
preittctlng Um Urgast crowd 
ever to see a Vir^nia Beach 
high school football clash. 
Webster is figwtag his team to 
be vffy onnpemive i^liM a 
Ug yiam^fuKi teun an^ hi 
craftu Hampton with,; avidR 
tiavtag one (rf JM fm^t football 
jeams la ttlNKate. 
^Fifst Colontal will he rdyii^r 
w! speed and deceptim to gM his 
backs aroiud Hsmpton's 280 
pound taeUiS. Webster's backs 
are not Mg, the biggest being 
only 57" in hei^, but ttiey nre 
v«7 taM. 



Coach Webster is net 
predicting a victory. Bat hi tai 
not predicting a defMt eMier. 
He feels his te«n is rrady to 
play Hampton, and he Is tookiog 
for an exciting contest, 

Startiiw on (rffenw fw FM 
Cotonial will be Butch Coley at 
quarterbadt, Mike Wardng it 
fuUbeck. Tyrone littto and Jee 
WlUiams at halfbacks, 8c^ 
Davison at center. Rick RimMo 
md George Myers at guwd* 
Curt Uwery n^ Mark I^t at 
tackles, snd Mike O'ReiUy ai|* 
Chris Paphitcs at the eiM| 

portUora. 
On drfense, tkkmc^ 

and *Ny ?w^m will mi 
ttieaee«ttiry. Butch Ftore tt4 
Goefge Mj^ers witt be to the 
linehadMr positions. Deftaiive 
ends will tte Jay Kight and VUk» 
O'Reilly. Curt l<owery and 
Tommy Stovall wiU start at : 
tackle, and Riek Roman« wUl 
fill the middto guard stot. 






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came on and started their 
of the show with one of 
b«t hits "Funk No. 49". 
Witt Just the beginning mtes, 
ttie CTOwd went wild. They 
played their newest single, 
"Walk Away" and eva^wie 
obviously enjoyed it. Each 
numbo* brought on ciders ai^ 
ai^lause. 

The James Gang cut their 
peiormance short, howevo*, 
and the audience's disap- 
pointment seem«i to put a 
dMiq>er on the enthusiasn; it 
wai Just too Ao-t to be as good 
as most fans expected the show 
to be. The two encores were 
appreciated but the James 
Gang performance was still too 
*ort to suit the crowd. 

But, despite this, it was still a 
pretty good concert and worUi 
seeing and the crowd enjoyed 




THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

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James Gang concert drew capacity crowds. 

Arts Center Presents 
Childe Hassam Show 



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The Virginia Beach Arts 
Center will exhiUt a gnwp of 15 
liUiograidis and etdiings by the 
American Imprenionist Oulde 
Hassam at Qty Hall Se^rtembo- 
7-17 

Tlie prints, on loan from the 
Virginia Museum in Richmond 
for the first time since their 
donation to the Museum by Mrs. 
Hassam, will be di^layed in the 
second floor lobby of City Hall 
during regular businea hours. 

rhilde Hassam. flKM^S) 



was born in Dorchester, 
Mawachusetts and studied 
painting in B<aton and in I^ris. 
While in Paris. Hassam adopted 
the tedinique and styte <rf Im- 
pressicmism. He became tiie 
leading exponent of Im- 
presdtmisqi in Am«4ca with his 
scenes of Itfe and land in New 
York and New England. 

After 1915 Hassam became 
interested in prihtmaking, 
which he practiced with skill. 




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IN YOUR STATE LEGISLATURE. 

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Two iNtum by Swami Rama 
will be given at the Association 
for Research and Enlighten 
ment. 67th Str^t and A'Uantic 
Avenue, (me on "Meditation in 
Acti(Mi" on Friday, and the other 
on "Karma and Reincarnation" 
on Saturday both at 8 p.m. 

Swami Rama founded the 
Himalayan Imtitute of Yoga 
Science and Phiicsophy. he has 
held the highest religious office 
in India, holds degrees in 
Philosophy and psychokniy. and 
is now invdved in r^earch in 
Maimonides Hosptal in New 
York where he is a participant in 
an investigatim of voluntary 
control of internal states and 
psychic powers. 

Also, a lecture mi "OneiKss of 
All Force" will be given on 
Saturday at 3 p.m. l^ Mrs. 
^irley Winston. On Sunday, at 3 
p.m. John Ficht will talii on 
"Jesus Christ, the Apex of 
Eastern and Western Thought. ' 
All lecturers are open to the 
public and will be followed by a 
period (or questions and an- 
swers. 

Moose Plan 
Holiday Dance 

The Labw Day weekend at 
Vir^nia Beach Moose Lodge 
will be highlighted by a 
"Shipwreck" party and dance 
sponsored by the Ladies' 
Oiapter 1331, y/cmea of the 
Moose. The dance, conunencii^ 
at 10:00 P.M. on Sunday, Sep- 
tember 5th, will be held in the 
Lodge Room of the Virginia 
Beach Moose Lodge, locatM at 
9th Street and Atlantic Avenue, 
Virginia Beach. 

Music for the occaston will be 

e-ovided by Bill Owras and the 
ythym Drifters orchestra. 
Costumes indicative of the 
"Shipwredi"* theme are en- 
couraged. Prizes will be 
awarded during the evening. 

Admission to the "Shipwreck" 
party and dance wOl be limited 
to memJbers of the Loyal Order 
<a the Moose and their guests at 
a donation price of $2.00 per 
penon. 




Guv Lombardo. producer of the Jonet Il^«ll Hiwjw 
minical. "SottBd of Mnalc." signs autogriph for MIM 
Joan Mundell of VIrglida Beach Ui the Schaefer Brewing 
Co.'s Dance Tent. Each evening the audience Is Invited to 
dance to the music of the Royal Canadians for one hour 
following the performance of "Sounds of Music." The L.I 
show and Tent are open through Sept. 6. 

Concert To 
Be Sept. 1 5 

The Virginia Beach Civic 
Orcb^tra and Beadi Concert 
Singers will present a fall 
concert on September IS at 9 
p.m. at Pembroke Mall. It will 
besponsiured l^ the Department 
of Parks and Recreation. 

The CH-chestra and SIi^cts. 
under the direction of Albolo 
Asercion and Larry Harrington, 
both of the UtUe Creek Am- 
Iriiibiotts Sdraol of Music, will 
{H^soit a varied program, in- 
cluding Jacques Offenbach's 
"Ballet Parisienne," Shubert's 
"Moment Musicals," "Presto" 
from Tommaso Giordani," 
"Ouvre Ton Coeur" by G. Bizet 

Also: Mary Barraco, first 
s<9rano and FVank Ferrigno, 
first tenor, will sii^ tiie love 
duet of "Parigi Cara" from 
"La IVaviata," What the World 
Needs New, from Badiaradi, 
Your Land and My Land, 
Sigmund-Romberg, On This 
Itey, and other well knomi 
selections torn Victor Heitert 

Hie cimcal is free to the 
public. 



AY.8iPTeM»eW2,1g71 

Patriotism pay 1$ 
September 11 

The Vlfglnia^iMh iiyem, 
will honor the Ameriean fli^ «i 
Saturday iteptiinber u, at tte 
Norwegian Lady, ^i Street 
and the ocean iUb in ttM group's 
annual "PalriotfMB Day." 

Ilie program will ennnience 
at i p.m. with the National 
Anthem and dw raising <4 te 
flag by color guard units, 
followed by a Nw cmunenis 1^ 
Mayor DonaU H. RhodM. 

A patriotic speech wUl be 
presented by Major Peter 
Dawkins, who is currently 
working on the Volontew Army 
Program at the Pentagoo. Some 
of Major DawUns' ac- 
complishments include; Ail- 
American in foottiall at West 
Point, also lettered in hoclwy 
and baseball; top 5 percent of 
his class acadenUeally, 
graduated lOth out of IN; hekl 
tiie number om cadet portion 
his senior year, Fint Captain 
and Brigade Commander; 
Rhodes Scholar for tiiree years; 
tettered in nigl^ and initiated 
the forward pass; honor 
graduate in botti his Infantry 
and Ranger classed. 










Marie Hlnderliter. Miu East Coatt Surflag Cham- 
pionriiip. promotes Patriotism Itaiy hy hoUUng last year's 
in-omotion poster. Both E.C.S.C. and Patri^tani Day are 
spMMored by the Virgfaiia Beach Jayc^i. 




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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1971 



Holloman Calls 
For Hearing On 

Proposed Park 



ThIviBQINIA BEACH «UN 



"Back Bay National Wildlife 
Refuge la going to severely 
restrict vehicular traffic ef- 
fective January 1, 1972. False 
Cape State Park is giHng to ban 
all vehicular traffic when the 
park officially opens. These two 
evmts are going to take place 
against public will unless we 
start to do something abmit 
them," Glenn A. Holloman, 
candidate for the House of 
Delegates from Virginia Beach 
in the Dennocratic primary, said 
Friday. 

"How will the hundreds of 
property owners just south of 
the Virginia line get to Uieir 
vacation property?" he asked. If 
the beaches are closed, these 
unfortunate people will be 
forced to drive all the way to 
Nags Head and then drive north 
on the beach to their homes, a 
distance of 150 miles, as oppc^ied 
to 15 miles. 

"I^ere will be no beach within 
the city on which our citizens 
can drive. Thousands of dollars 
invested in four-wheel drive 
vehicles, converting regular 
automobiles into sand vehicles, 
all this money will be for naught, 
wless all these people want to 
^ive to North Carolina to be 
able to use their vehicles." 

"Almost 3000 citizms turned 
out in protest in May of last year 
when a public hearing was held 
at the Dome to .protest the 
attempted closing of the beach 
at that time," Holloman ex- 



Artists 



In Show 

Over 25 of Tidewater's leading 
artists are represented in at The 
Village Gallery. 
All media are represented in 

-:-this exhibit, exemplifying the 

. .various expressions of art today. 
, lidewater Artists Association 

'. juts over 100 working artists in 
its membership. Due to the limit 

.,.(>f gallery space, this will be a 

' rotating annual show. 
t ^invitational preview will be 

•i«r Saturday. September 4 
from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM. The 
"xMbit will be open to the public 
September 5 through October 4. 



plained. "Has this public outcry 
been forgotten, are mir citizens 
being ignored? Apparently the 
Departmoit of the Interior, and 
the State of Virginia plan to go 
ahead wltti their plans regar 
dless of public opinion." 

"At the time of ttie public 
hearing last year, traffic on Uie 
beach was nowhere as severe as 
it is today. I believe that the 
resulting publicity and 
exagerated reports lay refuge 
officials has caused an ab- 
normal flow of curiositv seeker.s 
and beach abusers to flock to 
the area " 

"In my opinion, this was all 
done on purpose. The pictures of 
mired cars, litter, a few bird|,, 
etc.. which appeared in the 
newspapers and on television 
accomplished their purpose. 
Ecology groups raised their 
voices in protest and the 
Department of the interior 
waited until the public was 
.aroused by these groMps, and 
calmly announced they were 
again going to close the 
beach." "I think it is time for 
the citizens of our city who want 
the beaches left open for 
recreational use, let their 
feelinls be known. I am going to 
request a public hearing to be 
held at the Virginia Beach 
(TonVention Center, I am 
going to write to the Department 
of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife 
Service: the State of Virginia, 
Bureau of State Parks; and the 
City of Virginia Beach. I will 
request that the hearing be held 
sometime in October. This 
should give time for all in- 
terested persons to prepare their 
arguments for side." 

"It is hoped that the State, at 
this hearing, will finally tell the 
city fathers just what the master 
plan is for False Cape State 
Park. It is my understanding 
that the city has been promised 
this plan since last February but 
has received nothing." 

"Personally, I feel that 
False Cape State Park will 
become anotlwr SeashtMre State 
Park, a State wpwk whic^tthe 
citizens of Virginia Beach 
caimot use. I hope we will not let 
this happen." 




JMm 



Put Busing Before 
Voters, Morrow Asks 



House of Delegates candidate 
James R. Morrow, seeking one 
of three resort city seats in the 
September 14 Democratic 
primary, has urged the city tp 
take action on massive busing 
and presene the neighborhood 
school concept. 

In two separate letters to 
Mayor Donald H, Rhodes. 
Morrwk asked that City Council 
go on record against massive 
busing and that the issue be put 



beftore the voters, preferably on "As I am surf |Wii^ fware. 
September 14 but. at the very in Ow most rtcwrt tt0m^ l» 
latest, by the November 2 the Richmond schttol wi 



Genoral Election, 

The candiate also asked 
Mayw Rhodes to determine if 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
throughHfte city Bttamty, should 
alter into the Richmond Khool 
consdidation case as a friaid of 
the court since "we have 
already been brou^t into the 
case via the testimony." 



New Firm Opens 

\ new firm has been established in Virginia Beach to apply RE-.M'-IT to houses and 
commercial buildings. Robert Stroud, right, of Alanton is president of the firm and Bob 
Steele, left, of Regency Apts. is manager. The new firm is headquartered in the Stroud 
Building on Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Also Advertise Deferred 
Items Says AAcClanan 



Government Should 
Reimburse City For 
Tax Loss: Pickett 



Glen McClanan, candidate for 
the House of Delegates, 
presented comments about 
deferred zoning and use permit 
matters to a group of campaign 
supporters at a Lawn Party at 
his home on Sunday evening, 
sponsored by Mrs. Lillie K. 



Moore. 

McClanan stated, "Zoning and 
use permit matters are being 
deferred over and over again at 
our Planning CommissiQn and 
City Council meetings. No]Jt»blic 
notice whatsoever, either by the 
newspaper, or the signs posted 



BB Booster Club Meets 



Irvine Hill, who is helping 
organize a Better Business 
Booster Club for the Tidewater 
Better Business Bureau, has 
announced that the first meeting 
of the newly formed club will be 
held at 7:44 a.m. on Wednesday, 
September 8, in the Commodore 
Maury Hotel's Fontaine Room 
in downtown Norfolk. 

The fall campaign will begin 
with a one-day membership blitz 
to be conducted the same day. 

"Twenty-five volunteers have 
already been appointed," stated 
Mr. Hill, "and we are asking 
each BoMter to sign up at least 
one member to kick-off this 



drive." Top salesman for the 
day will be awarded a $25 cash 
prize, a Grand Maid deluxe 
blender and a Parker desk set. 
All prizes have been donated. 
Hill said. 

Howard Jernigan, BBB 
president, said that the new 
members are needed to expand 
Tidewater BBB operations to 
meet the growing demands for 
its services from both con- 
sumers and business. He cited 
the recent busy signal study 
conducted by the telephone 
company that reported an 
average of 774 busy signals per 
day on the Bureau's public lines. 



on the effected pr(^)erty, notify 
the public of the new date the 
matter is to be heard. It is just 
as viul for the people to know 
what date a given matter has 
been continued to as it was to 
know the time it was first 
scheduled. 

"Applications for gas stations, 
apartments, etc., are continued 
time after time until the op- 
position is worn down and the 
application eventually passes, 
.often times without the op- 
position ever having been heard. 
"Deferrals should only be 
granted when the application or 
those in opposition have not been 
able to completely prepare their 
presentation because of factors 
beyond their control. They 
should not be granted simply 
because either side has simply 
negligently failed to accumulate 
all the material or witnesses 
important to their {M^soitation 
or ^midy to wear down the 
qjpositton." 



Owen B. Pickett, candidate 
for the Virginia House of 
Delegates, stated to campaign 
workers at a meeting at his 
headquarters in the Colony 
Building, "that large parcels of 
land in the City are currently 
being held and are still being 
s taken from Virginia Beach by 
the Federal and State Govern- 
ment." 

"This land." he said. has. and 
is. being taken from the City 
without any compensating 
payment to the City for taxes 
lost by it when this land is 
removed from the City's tax 
rolls. 

"The Federal government 
• already owns in excess of 16.000 
acres of land in our City which 
would otherwise by tax 
producing. The State of Virginia 
now owns some 3,500 acres of 
land in mir City and is acquiring 
an additional 4.300 acres in the 
False Cape Area with a value to 
excess of %6 million. 

"Much of the land owned by 
the Federal and State Govern- 
ment is prime waterfront 
property. Similar waterfront 
prq^Krty is currently priced at 
approximately $30,000 per acre 
wMle non-waterfront land prices 
are currently averaging in 
excess of $2,00 per acre. 

"When these values are ap- 
plied to the land owned by the 



State and Federal government, 
it is apparent that the City of 
Virginia Beach is losing in ex- 
cess of $698,000 in real estate 
taxes annually on the land alone 
based on present tax rates which 
approximate l per cent of 
property value. 

•The City is called upon to 
provide roads and other 
governmental services for this 



BOUdatioacasa, ithaabMO aetod 
that the reergn* of th» !<RMrMi, 
Virginia Beadi aoi OMMpMhl 
school systemt li^t Im m 
ideal solution to the aebod 
desegratkMi preUMBt for our 
sister city of Norfofit. 

"My concern over this' 
proposal has brou^ roe to the 
point (d writing you in hopes ttiat 
you would have ilic City Cowidl 
pass a resolution agalntt 
massive school bwiiig and 
schemes like this by (as 
IH'oposed) by a Harvard pro- 
foMor. 

In Ms l^ter on a poMlble 
referen(him. Morrow said: 

"Considering tttf great cum- 
cem now |Hrevalmt in our 
ccmtmunity about the ftiture of 
neighborhood sdiods and the 
impact (rf nam«rgus iMHing and 
schoti mover schema oa tiiem 
being discussed in the i»rMi, I 
wonder if it would not be I4>- 
IMTopriate for you to investigate 
the feasibility of {dacing the 
busing issue on the balltrt in the 
combig fall election so Oiat tl^ 
citizens d Virginia Beach mi^t 
let the metropolitan area, the 
state fnd the nation know its 



which are provideii." PIcketl the tatert be oo «» btltot md i» 
,,y November Ind. 



OCEAN HE/ 

RMtauront 



A R«St4 



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ENJOY THE COOD Ufi 

Supreme Scofood Cuiwnc 

Mondoy thru ScKurdoy 8:30 p.m. 
Storting Junt )9th 

AM IIIO|0> tr*4l' <9'4^ t>«flO>t4 

f«rllts«rvafi«nt. . .C«l|425.l07f 



Certainly you can use Blue Cross of 
Virginia hospitalization insurance at 
General Hospital of Virginia Beach. 

There seems to be a misconception 
in the minds of some who ore insured by Blue 
Cross that they cannot go to General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach. This is untrue. General Hospital 
of Virginiq Beach accepts all patients on an 
equal basis. Blue Cross patients are welcome. 

The policy of General Hospital of Virginia Beach 
remains unchanged - that the patient comes first. We 
exist only to serve you efficiently, impartially and at a 
reason)ible cost. You will find that our charges are 
comparable with or often lower than prevailing rates ot 
other Tidewater hospitals. 
As a non-participating hospital, General 
Htjspital of Virginia Beach ac£§pts any payments that 
Blue Cross agrees to make on behalf of its patients and 
bills the patients for any difference between Blue Cross 
payments and the total bill. This is the same procedure 
followed In billing all patients covered by health insurance. 

^ Blue Cross has several types of contracts. Some pay 
the patient's •ntlrrtlll In a non- non-porticipatingjiospltol. 
For additional Information, plooM call 428-3410, 

I oxtontlon 2Sa. 

OENIRAL HOSPITAL OP VIROINIA BEACH 



opposition." P"«a ^° ^ 'ana ownw oy uie A__A_A__a. 

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♦ PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT 

THIS IS 

GLENN HOLLOMAN 





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WE NEED MORE BUSINESSMEN 
IN OUR STATE GOVERNMENT 

von FOR GLENN A. HOLLOMAN 

PAID FOR BY THE HOLLOMAN CAMPAIGN FUND 
B.0.Dtvll.Trtll4ifW 
ftakirt Cromwtll, Omti>t> ••■"•" 



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A Sad Warning 



Busing Opponent Explains 



wrmiwwiwi i^^iniWBW »"»,«;««■ car^til wt oo othtr poiiiblt poUution 

iMMtftai 
m ftrter lowwd (nil 



To Tte Editer: 

Ymff •dtorlftl of 

Mt telly satevtaad tht 
•Kaitfii la rMtfdi to liii l» 
t^TAttoB tf mttek 



kt laMd to Mrfok. Md Ji fivt 






art c«Be«r«d. Mm naatar is 
tfvmkBg da^ Mtf «• imit our 
•cbool eeaayttot aad Cil;r 

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illZ^iL "• Pi«i«»vtaoii of flit ««terwiyi. It ttpratton «r SMtoek tckoal ••fcaol eeaauttot aM Cify 

LIKES2 iJMWid mate no diffcrencw what optrttion «iiN^b«tai«I^U*«lh»^ 0«m^t«iioaeBtoti*« toatop 

''lil^*^ If layolvtd M te So"^ *** ^ v<>^« Ma. liw fhvt Map. 

f""^! •« And why dow Qty Coifflcil continue to ^B«ihjr»daalM;*«iaa JVif^^^^^J^f!^ 



toat at dM aMMim ««* <ka 
tekaei Baart w T^ia aday il» k rf 

af «raa. llaaa watt oo^ 
cwm cMiaaBa laakim ImIp tad 

•ctttai aoaa. 

Ekaa C. Wood 




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THE 

GRASS 



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Martit f ma Ika atato af Malaa 



m M 

yMlMi Md lietHN AdMWidi tf viiltorf 
aiii duprtiii tf ttd widymwt tf VtfgJBia 
Starts artwi li ii duwdi ; tad btctiat too 
IHT ya^li maSiy can. 



apprcvt Itrgt buikling trac^ without 
atwil^ Una to a^(mimoda^ thtm? If 
tMt one ineidtnt hu rtvttltd om thing, it'i 
that flds city ia inadtquttoly pttptnd in 
many areti to handle it'i own growtti. A 
shortagt of leboolt, highways and othtr 



iSmw nw«eodG«rde«avfeUafya 



(^ « fHT wMhi ago d» City gaioad itrvtott itnothlng compared to the lack of 

MtNsalfiilpdttOBfflrnavliif dicclMiiMt adtquato lewage linei and pumping 

walMf on tilt aldiAltontte eoaa t Thii arai, itationi . 

lad ll, a pvtt teeoBi^iiMat It dido't TMa is not to say that growth must be 

fm ^a$m- 1< ^o(k affort. So whtrt have haltsd ; it's only to say that growth witfiout 

the prspir atittiaritfaf trrtd? dir^lion and preparation is not progress. 

tte ktoma nuiit not bt placad on tin And certainly tht dumping of millioia of 

shoMn ef flu Hampton Roada Saidtatiw gaUoiis of raw sewage in one of the coun- 

piflridt ComoMon. It is fault of tbtin try's loveUest. most productive, bays is not 

that tf» Utiii Gritk plant is optratfog at profrtas. 

floi tandivd par Mnt capacity or ttiat It w« a warning. If tht wamirg is not 

tvaarioB flf ttit fadllty has batn unablt to hMdad, then it has bttn to no avail. If the 

kstp t9 nvlth to city's growth. Qty and Statt officials Uke stops to see 

It would aaam that tbi breakdown has thatsucha thing never reoccurs, then some 

bttn an thi Stall and aty's kvtl. Why dots good will have been served. 



Success Sfory 



Ata dnw when youi« ptopit art so much was somtthing Ukt thirteen years <rid. He 

uadar fin, when youth is mort associated convtrged on the Dome management, hung 

with narcotics than acMtvemtnt, it is vound doing odd jobs without pay until 

refmhiiig to point a finger at om young finally, as one former manager said, "we chfldren in 

man and say '*He is a success! " had to Mre him to get Mm out of our hair." along with 

It Isn't ^t the fact that Jimmv Mathlas That's why the young man is a success 

is onfy twanfy-four years old and has bean today. He works hard at anything ht dots, 

appointod to a kty posidon with tht whether it's sweeping the mammoth 

mammoth Richmond Coliseum. It's that he concrete floor in the Dome, scooting along 

grew up in the Virginia Baach Dome, right in a parade on his unicycle or just being a 

in the midst of the resort's thriving tourist non-official ambassador of goodwill for the 

business, a part of a highly^cjiarged city. 

burintss on tht fringts of ffie en- so congratuUUons to Jikmy Mathias, ^>^^ together to fight dia 

icrtainment world, ytt has rematoirf a for succttding, for setting a fine examplt dasfrucdon of our aelghbortiood 

stablt.cltan-cut young mfn with a stnMbla. for othtr young people, and for 

head on Ms shoulders. representing youth in a way his elders need 

Jimmy Mathlas has been an integral part to remind them that tomorrow is in good 

pi the city's entertainment "whirl" since ht hands, 



Bhavea VfltafB 

The oeii^bm-hoods of 
Piaen^Md Gardaaa and Ett-eha 
Paik initially o^ftelad to the 
School Board piM bceaiM of 
the lacic ^ advance notee aad 
the obvious diacrimiBatloa 
i«aiait ciaii ai provtn by the 
lacgrtphlc area chosen 

No arM from Nordi of dse 
boulevard was chosaa witt 
eaeeptira of Oconee ftik. an 
area (tf modest iiemM. frailan 
aadaparbiMitt. BirdDcek point. 
19 mites fram Scatodi School 
was untouched Pinewood 
Gardnit. SS miles away was 
included. 

Howevtr. this to not die raly 
issue iavoli^ here: die concept 
at nel^iborhood schools is ta 
jeopardy' . TMi is but die flrst 
■lep in a vitimt conspiraey of 
frce-thinkiiv Uberala baaed in 
Washtagton to use our tiiOd^ 
as pawns ki a diass game whkh 
will tead to evcroMft rscial 
hatred and distrust aad we 
dapiore dris. 

The present outoreak of 
cdicem is not racially inspired: 
himdredi of btaieli reridaots ol 
Seatacit hava signed Icttors of 
protest against buskig dtoSr 
S directions rtght 
their wMto eoun- 
tarparti. 

Witness the daily praas 
relaasas the Richmond City- 
County consolidatioa caae and 
you will see why peofde from all 
ov«r Virgnia Beach, moat of 
d)«n aot from the areas here 
concened, are in the proeeas of 



UHEIS 
to thi 
EUTOI 




to be bavfag Us share of 



All mridaattollieprfids have prsbtoBM but SeoBlBrMaaldefoMas 
to be Uaaaad wHb BMre ihaa aMat 
Per MS ttriM. a loetetoadtag Jiax hai^ haavy tvar Ua kaad. Hia 
stoto ef Matoe la one ef «m somI aaautottaa jm,^ 



Nsroehlldren by bus to their 
a^piadachoflb? 

Which is tha laaaer cvd. to 
move familisa. «Mto and fi9§n 
or to bua cMldran. wMto and 
Nero- 

Joseph H. noae 
I2S Eton Court 
NorfoOc. Va. 



City Needs 
Support 



To the Editor: 

It's wendarfol how dM &« baa 
si9Ported die porii for a tamla 
canter aad I'm aura die dty is 



and many individuala have 
taeurred finaadal oU^ttooa to 
keepiog with dHir Mamnption ^ 
«-hat their toceow weeid be at 
Uiat dato. For al praedeal 
purpoaea. each year'a eootract 
ia a new one. Oaatraeto are 
made oo an aeadMde year 
basia: not on a moadily one. 

2) An studtos iaticato fliat die 
real iaeeme of faculttoa 
dirougiottt ttw nation haa bean 
da^iiag d tf e u g bou t die piM 
ftve yean: it to apparant dwt 
facuHtoa have abeady base 
aaerificed to ttto prevailing 
taflattoe. Oar batta have been 
ttghtenod. and now we are aaked 
to eooatriet dmn h^har. 

S) New faculty Appototed aa of 
Septembar 1 wUl conunenee 
widi higher aalartaa. ragardlesa 
of die wage ft-eeae. whUe to- 



Nol aaiy to Matas ahottof dttsaaa aad eeoBonto boonly. tt I 
tobsBMUaglttttohatdwaytoouraipaadtogseetoty. 

tmsms. to that atoee dto firat RapiMtoaa-Dsawerade 
prestdaattol eetoaat. aene m years ago, net one alagie anan stoto 
peUitotoa has ever gaae eate baeeoto preaMaat. The braas Hag baa 
dndsd every sautt Mato eeatoodar. 

itoee IIM. eir preaidaato hava eooe f rem the 10 larfMt atotoa. 
StVHi hava eaaM fren (Mto. four (rem New York, tiw ftem 
MaaaadMiaatto. two from CaUferBla. ooe from Penaayhraato. oaa 
fnm Oltoeto. one fron Texaa. oaa from Utow Jenay. eat from 



It Bd^ be tatereattog to aoto that ttw two presidaato fMn 
CaBfsnda ware Ilooier aad Nlioa. 
Tha hat of aaaD stoto pollddaaa diet had M^ hopaa but ktda 

la l«4 aaattar sot from Maine gave it a try. Janaa G. Btokia 
want fer the bigjebaaddldto't make it. WlUtom Jeaatags Bryan ef 
Nebraaha want down todafaat net snoe. but dree doMS • ta ISN. IMO 
aad INI. 

Ia ilM Joha W. Davto (»an Weat Vlr^to bit dto dust. Alf LaadflB 
of Kaaaaa waa saowad uadsr by Roosevelt to UN. WeoMI WUkto of 
bidiaaa folowad to im. 

The tateat amaU atoto cea t wdar a to tasto defeat are Burry 
Geldwatar ef Arlsoaa ta 1N4 aad Hubert Humphrey of Mkntaoto to 



I'M ON 24.IIOUK DUTY, FOLKS!' 





!.AIW»H DAY 1971 



%'¥ ar¥ alMiiil lo iiltm-ni* Miuillicr lhri*i>Hlii> wri'kfni). 
<M^h# l««l mw, litil<'|M'n<iciict> Day, 636 imtmiiiii «»it«' 
UNaI on the hiahHay*. Ily ctMiipMrlMin. iluriitK the naiiu* 
»^, 29 U. ». HiUlkr* wiT<» killed in liulllf iit \ iHiiam. 

• fhe war is cuniinii lit an rnil. Iiui ihcrc m'ciiih to ht* no 
rn^in tlnht fur MMivfii'im hiirhHay »liiii||liifr, 

^ Httny llvps ctiulti In« navwl If nuilorUU look ihi- »iiti|>l4> 
M^aulion af lining feHain ihrlr auiumol>il<Ni H#rr fiim- 

l^'lna proiirrly lirfurr lca%itta h«nn'. Ollwr* coulil Im* ^ _. _... 

s|ve«l by usina lh«* Mfriy ItfJu provldfil ky all maiiufiir. Johnson. Tt^i is an ani^[htontog 



WHO TALKED TO THE 
PRESIDENT LAST? by WUl 
Sparks. New York, Norton, 1971. 
$4.95. 

WHO TALKED TO THE 
PRESIDENT LAST? is not a 
book about governn^ent: it is a 
witty satire about people • 
presidential appointees, cabto^ 
officers, under secreUries, 
speech writers, and Civil Ser- 
vice em^yees. 

The format is a handbook, a 
humorous how-to keep your 
head in a political jungle, with 
examines ot Iww to word monos 
and how to Jockey to die toside 
potation and run the race. (In* 
eluded are a grear examine of 
scratcMi^ the horse from tiia 
race, in the legendary 
resignation of a lof^-stdfwlng 
speech writer fnmi a senator's 
employ. ) 

AutiiorWiliSparkawaa.ashe 
puts it. "once one of those May- 
flies, who spring frnn novHiere 
to fling themselves againat die 
windows of the White House, 
obseurbig the view." The view 
(rf how people conduct ^v«nv 
ment affairs is not obso^i^ad 1^ 
May-fly Sparks, who i^ayed the 
game from Asslstont to Uie 
Editorial Director of the 
t^partment of Informadon of 
the Office of Price Ad- 
mliUsb-ation to three years as a 
presidential assistant under 



And still iiiorr coulii Itr *mvtl if that "oiif for llir 
•* was madr from a iwlii* of ihrw parts ©f lautUm 
«l with one part of retiinion •ensr. 

you are drlvlaa ovrr thr Lali«lU2i^jWM»kend. h«> 
you to havr a pleasant holiday and to see you mid 
family bark home safely. Drive defensively mid. If 
about safety, don't drive. 



and serious book. 
L. S. WaUer 



but never daU. 



SCHOOL BUS 
STOPf Hggg. 



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.Solution 
To Busing 

To The Editor: 

While it to poputor for 
poUdcians and many paronto to 
be oppoaed to bustag of school 
cMkkan to Mhtovt a unltoiy 
achool system, none have of- 
fersd altomadves to take die 
place of busing. Petfto are 
ahrays agatawt someditag but 
few are suggesdve moi^ to 
(tfer a bettor aoludon for diet 
diey are againat. Whan diis 
OMurs it is bettor for politictons 
and paranto to be quiet on die 
busing issue. 

Children should not be made 
to correct the errora of a dual 
school aystom diat has 
fkmrlshed unjusdy f « almost a 
century. Legislators, 
potttfctona, dty^offtototo, and 
parento are raspontibto for Uie 
crisis exisUng a few weeks 
before schools ofta and diey 
should bear the bnait of bustag 

As a sdution to Uia busing 
proUem I am ai^gesdng dtot 
iwrents be moved imo die ndlgb* 
borhood their chlldrsn sre 
assigned to echoed. For tostonce, 
if 200 children of dw Urchmont 
area are to be bwed to Un* 
denwood school, move the 
neoessary wMto famdies to 
aciSeva the raetol tpiota toto the 
Undenwood area. Ilien move 
die neoaasary number d N^ro 
families to tha Lardonott area 
to acMeva dw raetol sdiool 
quoto and all families: whito 
and N^o cMhirsn wiU be abto 
to go to th^ ne^borbood 
schools. TMs moving of whito 
and Negro famUiaa should be 
dona city'Wida accordtog to Uto 
school area dwir cMlihren are 
asrtgned. 

WMto there wUl be some 
confUsicm snd few minM* 
proUems to aocmnplish Uiis 
raetol batonee to sdiooto, all 
ehildrsn. wMto and Negro will 
go to Uwh- nei0A<Rltood aehooto 
and not be bwed. 

I asked the poUdctons and the 
cridcs of my sokidon to busing 
wttfeh to IMS Urterru{Miva ov 
more {vaedcal ... to mova 
wMto and N^(biemlliM iobo 
areas their ddldran are to be 
b(»ed or to send whito and 



To be {ata* to ow Oty Padtors 
and Pta^ and Recreation, I 
wish to say dud dtoy we awwe 
of die ten^ court shortage and 
will do everytidng to dieir power 
to buikl oourto and hel^. make 
Vkgtoto Beach a lar^ tenda 
center. 

At the once proDoted Baa shore 
Stato ^uk School dwre were 
aevsn coiurto fdanned and ttda 
woukl have hdped dto aituadoo. 
But when the Khool bond 
rstorsadton avs voted down, 
diat was dto and. 

If ttw residsBto of VIrgfada 
Beadi want bettor achooU, 
recreation, etc., ttiey muat 
realise Uhas to be paid for. If we 
waat our childrM to have 
pUygrouads, t«^ courts, 
sclMduled recreation, etc., 
again, ftirks and Racrtadoa 
and dto School l^nrtem need 
ntore money to eipand dieae 
fadUttea. 

Many Urge temds centers are 
qpsrated In odw ctttos ssid at a 
profit, .tot's hope d»t Virgtada 
Beach ao(m can joto ttda groi9 of 
dttos!!! 

Jeanne McLra^i 

Soie Was 
Success 

To die Editor: 

Thank you and the Sun staff 

for all you did to promoto dw 
Virginia Beach Lltde Theatre'a 
•'Everything Sato" on August 21. 
We are pleased to rsport diat 
tt»j|]|jMaa|rMtiMeeeea due g,^ q 
m*w mtify IMnibers and 
frtonda who brought, bought, 
wroto and photographed. 

Again, dianka a lot! 



TO MAKE matins worse, maiqr peopto ftod it hard to place 
Muakto In tha charto of poHttoal phUoaophy. Consarvattvea ate Mm 
aa a dadicatod opa»haort btoedi« liberal of dw type ttwy oould 
nevsraupport 

Tha llberatoaee him aa leaa than condMaat in hto auppert of dw 
omae. At tha aanto tbne, the midde of the road votns see him aa 
amMfalag alien to Ike oentar. 
cumbent faculty who aoceptod la irytag to be an dtfap to att peopto to order to gat aiaetod, 
to atoy at an agraed^von ad- Muakto aeena to ha¥a placad hknaelftapolldeal Umbo. 

To make tMngs uaafliatotts. kis owa stoff seems to hava douMs 
about Muskto. Ia dw lastste moadw Ms staff baa ptoyed trutt baakst 
bum over. 

During ttda abort period he tost hto top atoff member, hto ad- 
mtadabr^va aMtotoitt, hto office manager, a maaber of hk 
togiatodve aaatatonto, two preaa aidea aad 18 raaaarch aariatonts, 
aaeretartoa aad dnka. 



SOME or tiwse fomtr staff paepla, who should kaew ttto ssDttor 
ttwa most, say Musklt's "ti 



justodsatory. wUI be deprived of 
promised incentive for 
remahdi^ and be mqwcted to 
work under terms of an ajq^red, 
non-existent contract. Such 
inequity violates basic aad 
sound pereonnel policy and 
kmmt human tocentlve. 

4)\ The actioa raiaee Oaa- 
stitutloaal queatioaa. Indeed. ireeecapBttonwlttihto|reatdeBtlaleafflpal9iaBdlB4frereaettoMs 
Arttote 1, Saetton 10 of the U J. •mgleyees make it dUHcult to work fSr bka. i 

Constitution explidUy states Artoad Us offtoe ha to eaUed "El Oroudto^' and his bad tom# 
dufNoStatoshallpassaay blU tamrlsts stato of hto staff. Hto oppoasnto, bodi Dameoratto aid 
of attotodar. ex peat faeto tow. RspubHcaa. folat out to aagreae who wlB katoa ttai'tts eflleelf 
ortowbnparbvttwobUgattoaof prtsMoBttoaeplaetforamaBwIdiahottempar whbeaa't kip 
conbracto . . ." Moreover, there •«•» • MtoU itsff operattag aa a toam. 
la ttto queation of ttw Ttoidi Soneevaageaafaraatoauggtftdtottttoyooukta'tatoepi 
Amendment: "The powera not kaowtag that tha man wth tito power to puab ttto button to ataia 
ddagiM to die United Statea vwr bad a torrflda tonpar. 
by the Conatltutloh, nor* Mwtor Muakto baa beaaerittdsad for hto uNofeolaga 
pr«hlbftodtoltbydwStotoa.are llda aaramar. btoraa ewna Iree. They recdvt ae aatory from 
reaerved to ttie Statea Muakto Theyaroatt|Mrtodby«aatoflfondi^ad»ok. 
reapecthdy. or to ttw peopto." MU8KIE haa N sf dtost tatoras woiktog fW Mm. Sea. Harold 
Statoa do not have to foUow dw Hu^s.anodMrpreddsatlaleoiiteadar.tosecoadwlttiody». 
dtetatos of ttw Federal govern- Onlydxof ttMsetattrasarewerUagtatttoMuddassaatoofrkw. 
meat on ttw eompeasattoa ef "^ odwr 40 are woefctog hi bto dowatowa WaaWagtee campaign 
employeaa. If tidtton feea and efftoe. In ottmr words Jttschooto who support 40 of hto edlegein- 
stoto and toeal toxea can be <•!« v* hdphwataff dw aaaators campdp offtoe. 
ratoedtospltoofdwfreexe.how Wtth Seaator Muskto rundag hard down ttw road to dw toft to 
camwt faculty aalartoa? pleaae ttw Uberato la hto party he tooea Um loaa of what littto coo- 

We hope ttiat ttie ad- •«^tt*» ■««** •>• »*•»» •»w had. 
mtototratt^errer aad bMudtoe JfJ^H !iJ!Sl*i'?* ^5? i**"??! ''•^ might hdp Mm 
of faUtog to racogatoe tte to- ^""'^ ^ eampato ha facea ttw toes of his tobor support The 
volabUity of eontraeto aad ttwlr P'?*'**'" fo oa aad on, 
efredivedatoawmberanetked. " *» "*»• *««*« ^ •^^ ^ • *«< *«»P» •«* ■»•« 

We are nrt taktoa to taak dw P''""*"^- 

nc .IV not (Wing 10 UK mo jn, h-^, rf,^ j, |,„ j ^^ j^g^ 




wage-price freese, aa auch. 
Howevwr, we do questton dw 
metiwds of admtototering thaae 
changea which we fed are 
ethtoally. legally. and 
economically improper. 

With anticipation of your 
earlieat reply, we remato 

V«7tndy yours. 

A. El-Fayoumy 
Oidrman 
Cnnmlttee on Pacidty Beneflto 



Protestors Not 
Too Strong After A// 



Anne Penington 
"Sale" Chairman 



Jamea J. Brady 

Cmnmlttee (m Faculty Bmefito 

James J. McNally 
C<mimittae mi Committaea 



Position 

On Freeze 

Outlined 



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Wish I'd Said 

THAT 




The following is a eo|^ of a 
lett«r 8«it to GovMver Unwood 
Helton reg«dlng ttw Vtrginto 
Faculty Senate Aaaociation's 
position on the matter of 
fteeitag eolto^ f a^^ aatoite 
uBd«r PreaMent 
Priee Freese pdtoy: 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

Kstoblished \nh 

THURSDAY, liPTiMNR 2, 1071 

$9rvm§ Ih* Ptopit of the City 
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tlonrrta, 91.00 in the city 
of VIrfinis laaeh, gf.OO 
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Vlif into edl^ie and univarvlty 
faculties, privato and publto. the 
Faculty Senate of Virginia 
e^hes to caU your atta^M to 
fl» aulJeutor and distinct 
ItoMMasflM against allege 
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The difference betwMn a 
big wheel and one that is flat 
depends on how much air is 
leaked out.— John H. Gil- 
gour. The Tri-County (Mo.) 
News. 



The torm 'underiiriviia^Ml' 
is either heani or i^ad several 
times e%'erywhere and it is 
obviously used to make half 
the population feel torribly 
ashamed of themselves for 
makinir an h<meat livinf and 
not sharint it with the otNnr 
hdf who arc already so busy 
•ponfinf off tteir naiffhbors 
they don't have the time to 
seek employment.— E. J. 
Kirbf, Jr.,— The Charlton 
(Me.) Courier. 



One ef the eaatoat things 
in the world to do is to sta^ 
to one side aad Ml iht rtst 



Misdve basbig lor racial 
balance feMS beta easef ttw naott 
ooidroversial Issaas in bmi^w 
and prooalats to coittiaue ta Otot 
vttaiornMi^tocoqw. Pti^, 
of cotor, are IB ta 
and tfe midttag loud 
of protost an ever dto 
oountoy. 

Last week we gave ttwm ttw 
opporbadty to be hetrd ta a 
ooattruettve way. 

Only a handful of readsn 
re^mtod- lliey wwre 
aaanhiww to favoring the 
ftDck BUi, but elwre niart ttw 
maiQf, tussi proteatflis who 
wa^ed ttirtr eppo^ee known? 
Oiriy one tvaa BMdt a oobv 
ment: "lldt oewdn^ ladu food 

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Aaottwr petfttoB of soow » 
nanwa earae/|B lavorb« dw 
questton ef several wteka ago: 
"Should aty CouneU attonpt to 
■pped dto U J. DepartmtBt of 
Inttrtor's dedston to dott dw 
UA Bay WUdllle Rafbie to 
vshtoular traHto atit ytar ?" 
The prevtous pattttoas, now 
totaltag ever maamts, have 
been bimsd over to Mayor 
Donakl Rhodsa who sdd hs 
would attompt to have ttw 
proposal ptooed oa City Coun- 
dl'sSeptomber 10 agenda. 
Hto tends enttMMtosto oon- 
ttaue to support ttw qiieetton 
"Wodd you Uw to see Vlrgbda 
Beach devdoped as a Ug tends 
osntor?" Condderabit respense 
eiBM to thto wttk oa ttwt, 

«. «, -t.1 /, . * M-. WdiJai ^ totd number d 

ttw Vktfato Osneral AssdnUy qnsattonmikts to wdl over NO. 

luLry tSL IrS^ -^ ''^^ Rhodst ta hepsi tttot ttw 
however, "nw groapa ef ptMt msed nl^ also be brought 

2!!r?* **JI''^*!5'r* ^^^ «eancU. Oae reader 
fcrvsy oae^ndd^Aad flwy jpnamBtta: "I wadd Ukt to 

2! Jr"* " 5J^ '-iS W iwd gr ad e to aatooearta and 
structtvt WW mm wHKt •wwy kwi mrtoaatt ^Mw—jaMa ^ 

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THURSDAY, SiPTEMBEfl 2, 1071 

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Miss Chesopeian Colony 



Beauty Contest Summer Finale 
Big Hit At Chesopeian Colony 



What's AUanUc City got that 
Cheaopeian Colony hasn't? 

It's not a beauty corttest, if 
that's what ymi're thinking. 
Because just the other day, a 
humdinger of a contest took 
place ri^t there in the living 
room of Tad and Nancy Dixon's 
house on ^ast King's Road. 

And in case you're imagining 
ttiat it was just a little hurried vp 
affair, with no aforethought, 
you'll have to listen to the 
d^ils. 

It seems that Daria Dixon, 
Julia Clark, Lynanne Gomto, 
Kathy and Lynnie Biers, all 
^hesopeian neighbors thought it 
Id be a great idea to end the 
suminer season with a bang, so 
to spbak, befwe they settled 
down to the sober business of 
school books once again. 

So they passed the word 
around the nei^borhood that 
ttiey'd have a beauty contest to 
select Miss Chesopeian Colony. 
Ages would be from 5<12. En- 
trance fee was 25 cents each, 
and with that money they bou^t 
fHrizes for the winners.. .the first 



such, a big Snoopy dog that 
everyone proceeded to 
autograph once the contest 
ended. But that's getting ahead 
of the story. 

Tad and Nancy volunteered 
the house, as we mentioned. The 
children did the decorating- 
drew a huge butterfly on a sign 
that said "Welcome" and 
through which each contestant 
was to walk. 

The number of contestants 
seemed to mushroom until th^ 
included, besidn the 
Originators: Stacy Cacace, 
Rot»n Griffin, Lorie Askew, 
KeUy McCall, Dana McCall, 
Ashley McCall, Kelly Thomas, 
Laura Sutton, Laurie Cuppett, 
Lisa Matthews, Peggy Koehler. 

Good enough. 

Someone then, su^esied that 
the ccntMt have a theme, that it 
would embrace a country and 
each contestant would dress to 
re|H>ai«it that country. 

This they did, and quite 
cleverly so. And of course they 
wanted to do it right, so tb^ had 



a dress rdiearsal the previous 
day. 

All went well, extremely so. 
They sdected Cindy Ramsey as 
judge, because she was new to 
the neighborhood and therefore 
could be counted upon to be 
impartial as she didn't really 
know peo|de very well yet. 

Eine and dandy-all was in 
wder. 

When the evening arrived, the 
excitement was terrific. 
Friends, rdatives, neighbors 
poured in for the occasim. With 
that, Cindy pushed the panic 
button and called in Chris Biers 
to lend a hand. 

As they sat there rni the floor 
their brows furrowed with the 
difficult decisicHi, they said," We 
may have to leave town when 
this is over. We're taking our 
lives in our hands picking a 
winner here!" 

While this was transpiring in 
the living room, Tad am) Nancy 
were out in the kitchen; he 
chopping ice very fast to fill the 
cups with lemmade; she, set- 
ting out cookies and goodies for 



the audience. 

Finally the decisktn: "Miss 
Chesopeian Colony" is Peggy 
Koehler: Dana Dixon, first 
runner up: Kathy Biws. second 
runner up: Julia Clark, third 
mnner up: Kelly McCall, fourth 
runner up," th^ said. 

"But you all were so great we 
had a terrible time choosing." 
the judges said, which seemed a 
real understatement. 

At any rate, everyone had a 
wonderful evening. 

Tad Dixon, puttii^ the let 
away called out "Wait a minute. 
Before you go I want to show you 
the coolest customer in the 
house during it all." 

We went out to the garage- 
playroom, and there, stretched 
out sinuously; Ug, k)ng and 
utterly rdaxed was "Tiger" the 
cat, all curled up around the net 
on his favorite hang-out, the 
pii^-pong table. 

"Little while ago," Tad said, 
'^he was lyii^ on his back all 
four feet straif^ up in tlw air, 
sound asleep." 

Man-how cool can you get? 




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The Winners 

Beauty contest winners were Julia Clark, third runner up; Kathy Biers, second runner up; 
"Miss Chesopeian Colony", Peggy Koehler; Dana Dixon; first runner up; Kelly McCall, fourth 
runner up. 





Furrowed Brows 

JiK^ Cindy Ramsey and Chris Biers, center, ponder the decision. Equally intent are, left to 
right, Sharon Werle, Murphy McCarthy, Mrs. P. L Cacace and son (in the chair), Mn Law- 
rence Sutton and Mrs. Donald Clark, (on sofa), Karen and Barbara Hoffman. 



They'ivMCute 



Some of the contestants: Julia Clark, Laurie Cuppett, Laura Sutton, Lynanne Gornto, Kelly 
MdCftll, Stacy Cacace, Lynn Biers, Dana Dixon, Kathy Biers, Peggy Koehler. 



Text and Photos 
by 
Hdten Crist 




In photo at left, Tigtr, 
th9 Dixon's big, long strip- 
•d pet, iltpt through alt 
tiw commotion on hli fa- 
vorite ^)0t, the ping-pong 
t^le. 




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tt^ youngMt ^ntMttnt, 
MHJ a rMl petMitial bMu- 
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STEP ON A CBACK, P»rf««t 
for ruxKed playing or prcttf 
sitting, thin prairie girl irmm 
haN a plaid top gsthtred at M#k 
and HleevcH and aasli^ at tfM 
waist. Htyl«d by Hillary ^ Das 
River broadelolk, it's tMpeilV 
an American, ctai^e: Mm ^^i* 
im, done here In a rviM d^i 



Balancing Act 



Wmww raee» leads her, this dress by Youngland will 
follow. Tlw umjumpre look-alike is of chiW-proof Cela- 
n^ Fortrel polyester double knit. Perfectly to^^ther 
itylir^ (»mblr^ a red body/f^smetric print sleevn wid 
collar in miy and whl». Finl^lr^ a new look, mmm 
nifty 1^ ^p-; knee-socks ow t^htt aft the soon-liB.^e' 
ew^whwe ankle boot. And to tJiat difficult question, 
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Mrs. Melvin Mathias, Jr. 

L^lie Hogue Bride 
Of Melvin Mathias 



Miss Leslie Brooke Hogue and Melvin Roe Mathias, Jr., 
were married August 21 at 4 p.m. in First Presbyterian 
Qiurch. The Rev. John S. Lyles officiated. A reception 
followed at the Ft. Story Officers Qub. 

Hie bride is the daughter of Cmdr. Robert Fulton Hogue, 
(ret.) Mid Mrs. Hogue. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and 
Mm. Melvin Roe Mathias. 

Mias Hogue was given in marriage by her father. She 
wore a white Empire silk organza gown', the sleeves 
clasping from arms to elbow and encircled with Chantilly 
lace. Her organza bow-type head piece clasped to a flowing 
chapel-lenth mantilla, was bordered with matching 
Chantilly lace. 

Hie maid of honor was Miss Cynthia Malbon; Mrs. 
Robert Tant, of Burlington was matron of honor. 
-^Mdesmaids were Miss Pamela Hogue and Linda Hogue, 
i^t^s of the bride; Miss Kristina Klugel of Emporia and 
Miss Kathleen Webster of Roanoke. Honorary bridesmaids 
were Miss Janice Ferguson, Miss Terry Hurst and Miss 
Barbara Todd of the Beach, and Miss Nancy Tuck and 
Linda Mu-tin of Richmond. 

Groomsmen were Grady James Mathias and Waller 
Thomas Mathias, brothers of the^room ; Robert Chenman, 
Stephen Michaels and Joseph Potter. i 

TTie bride is an honor graduate of Frank W. Cox High 
School and graduated in June from Mary Washington 
College. She received the Wall Street Journal Award for 
scholastic excellence in Economics. Mr. Mathias graduated 
from Virginia Beach High School and is attending Mars 
Hill College, following a tour in the Army. His service there 
included duty in Vietnam. 

Prior to the wedding the bride was guest of honor at 
several bridal showers. Her hostesses included Miss Hope 
Wallace and Miss Linda Martin; Mrs. Thomas C. Hurst and 
Miss Terry Hurst; Mrs. Malcolm H. Todd and Miss Barbara 
Todd. Miss Cynthia Malbon and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
D. Murray Malbon entertained the couple at a cocktail 
party in the Malbon's home. 

Thenewlyweds will live in Mars Hill, North Carolina. 

Home Economists 
At Nutrition Fare 



Mrs. Melbourne Gary Murray 

Barbara A. Todd Weds 

The marriage of Miss Barara Anne Todd and Melbourne 
Gary Murray took place August 27 at 7 p.m. at St. Nocholas 
Church. .The Rev. Thomas Summers officiated. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm 
Howard Todd, Jr. of Chesopeian Trail. The bridegroom is 
th6 son of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne George Murray, Jr. of 
Norfolk. 

The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss 
Pamela Rae Ansell was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were 
Mrs. Evelyn Powers, Mrs. Sharon Mox, Miss Barbara 
Dolores Miller, of Jonesboro, Tennessee, and Miss Terry 
Lee Hurst. 

The ring bearer was John Sawyer; the flower girl, 
Kimberly Johnston. 

The bride wore her mother's wedding gown. It was of 
satine and net, fashioned with drop shoulder of net outlined 
in lace. A full skirt of net ended in a long train. A fingertip 
veil of French illusion fell from a braid of her hair strung 
with cultured pearts. She carried a bouquet of three dozen 
roses and stephanotis. 

The bridesmaids wore light avocado sUi^r satin gowns, 
with V-neckline and tight bodice. They wore tear-drop pearl 
necklaces and bands of fresh flowers in their hair. 

Clarence Hope Powers, Jr., of Norfolk, was best man. 
Ushers were Ronald Woodby Murray, brother of the groom ; 
Stuart Paul Todd and Bruce Michael Todd, brothers of the 
bride; Bill Heath Sawyer. 

A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. 
The couple left on a wedding trip to Canada. Upon their 
return, they will live in Norfolk. 



Try-Self Expression 

By Rev. Joyce Kramer 

Self-sacrifice is neither noble, necessary, or healthy. In- 
stead of helping others it frecpiently only deprives others of 
their integrity, weakening them by doing for them what they ^ 
are unwilling to do for themselves. 

Beware of the persons who claim to be "sacrificit^" 
themselves for their wife or husband, their children or 
parents, or anything. They are likely to be immature, 
emotional cripples who have not found themselves. Our own 
virtues disappear when we concentrate our efforts solely 
upon people or thirds. 

Instead of self-sacrifice try self-expression. Learn to ex- 
press the love, the power, the wisdom of God effectively. 
Then you will be blessed and be a blessing. Self-sacrifice 
merely feeds your own ego. Self-expression allows God 
* within you to come forth. When God is exprened, only good 
can result for all concerned. 

AS A SPIRITUAL BEING. I EXPRESS THE LOVE, THE 
WISDOM. THE POWER OF GOD. 



Susan P. HiUyard Weds 
Leonard A. Snead, III 



Tlie wedding of Miss Susan 
Pike Hillyard and Leonard 
Alexander Snead. III. took 
place August 28 at 12:30 p.m. 
in the Presbyterian Church 
of the Covenant. Wilmington. 
The Rev. William F. 
Jorgensen officiated. A 
reception following the 
ceremony was held in the 
garden of the Greenville 
Country Cluh. 

The bride is the daughter 
of MrsN^Elizabeth Pike 
Hillyard 'brwestover Hills. 



How s Your 
Entertainmg 

Etiquette? 

Do you panic at the mere 
idea of entertaining? Get sta^ 
fright waiting for those first 
guests to arrive? Chew your 
fingernails while trying to 
choose the right food, drinks, 
"fixings", tableware, time 
schedule, fun-formulas and go- 
well-together guests? 

Throw away the asfrfrin and 
relax. These ten timely tips 
from entertaining expert Char- 
lotte Adams can solve your 
party problems and help you 
become the "hostess with the 
mostest" whether your next 
gathering is a backyard bar- 
becue, a wedding breakfast, a 
cocktail bash or that special 
dinner for the boss. 

1. R.S.V.P. Rapport-For any 
party other than a formal din- 
ner, you can invite guests either 
via telephone or the mails- 
depending on which is more 
convenient. 

2. Table Setting Tactics- 
Service plates, matching china 
and sterling silver— once con- 
sidered essential— are no 
longer required in today's in- 
formal entertaining. Stainless 
steel, if it's shining, and non- 
matching plates, when neces- 
sary, are good enough for any 
type of festivity, large or small. 
If you lack after-dinner coffee 
cups, don't panic. Regular cups 
are acceptable as long as the^ 
brew's first rate. But cloth- 
not paper-naiddns are still a 
"must" for every gathering ex- 
cept cocktails and outdoor par- 
ties. 

3. Introduction-itls— It may 
be great for your memory but 
you don't have to introduce 
every guest to every other guest 
when your list runs over a 
dozen. It's far easier on every- 
body to introduce each nenv- 
comer to a few handy friends, 
then allow them to e}q)lore on 
their own. 

4. Crisis: Latecomers— Out- 
wit those chronic latecomers 
by inviting them to arrive a- 
head of schedule. If this doesn't 
work, don't let the rest of ttie 
guests starve. Just go ahead 
without the absentees and either 
save their dinner or let them 
Join the others for dessert and 
coffee. 



If you follow these hints on 
entertaining etiquette, keep 
your "cooU,' as a hostess and 
let the party have a life of its 
own, chances are it'll be a 
ball for everybody— including 
you. 





GoMen Guernsey 

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rwt at Military Circle were Home 
Economlitt in Homemaklng in the 
VMemiw arM. Mrs. Mary Sue Spencer. 
^hvuiB, te^M^I alMg her daughter 
Amy Lyiia. It noiths. Helping with the 
«8|My ww-e Mrs. EMubetli Nj^, ^gi 
eSafraaa Mrs. Barbart WflUtms. 



treaittri"!-. .Members of the Home 
Economiits litrive to promote friendship 
and increate contact ammig others in 
their field. They keep pace with current 
home problf mi and new trends. All have 
degreei In Home Economics or related 
fields. 



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Wilmington, and Dr. 

Raymond Wesley Hillyard of 

Ft. Myers. Florida. She was 

given in marriage by her 

uncle, Hr. Isaac Smedley 

Pike, II!. of Wallingford, 

Pennsylvania. 

Mr. Snead is the son of 
Rear Adm. and Mrs. 
Leonard Alexander Snead of 
McLean, Virginia. They 
were former residents of the 
Beach. 

Miss Elizabett) Smedley 
Hillyard was maid of honor 
for her sister. Bridesmaids 
were Miss Michael Susan 
Snead. sister of the groom: 
Miss Frances Louise Heck; 
Miss Ruth Miles Henderson 
and Miss Elizabeth Tucker of 
Richmond. 

Midshipman James 
Qayton Snead, brother of the 
groom, was best man. 
Ushers were Walter Kir- 
zinger, Richard Rambey 
Saul, Carlos David Gonzalez, 
Geoffrey Charles Riddell. 
Terry Sachs and Raymond 
Wesley Hillyard, Jr., brother 
of the bride. 

Flower girl was Miss Sara 
Elizabeth Pike, cousin of the 
bride. 

The bride is a graduate of 
the Alexia I. DuPont High 
School, Greenville, 
Delaware, and the George 
Washington University 
where she was a member of 
the Chi Omega sorority. 

Ilie groom is a graduate of 
First Colonial High School 
and the George -Washington 
University. He is a member 
of Sigma Phi Epsilon 
fraternity. 

Following a wedding trip 
to Bermuda the couple will 
reside in Falls Church, 
Vii^inia. 




Mre. Leonard Snead, HI 



Births 



Mr. & Mrs. Torj Todd Mc- 
Cutcheon, daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. William Emory 
Wimberly, Jr.. daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Lindsay Charles 
Warren Hudson, Sr., son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerald Lee James, 
daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Gary McCrea 



Williamson, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond 
Alexander Pendleton, daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry John 
Williams, III, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. George Preston 
Brickhouse, daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald John 
Maccaroni, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam Curtis 
Hedrick, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Willard Lawrence 
Laughter, daughter. 







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in this year's ma^ificent soft civilized look are 
showing now. See sweeping suede boots, ca- 
ressb^ colorful scarves, dramatic belts and neck- 
laces.... All at Rose HaU. 

From our collection 

Chain drop earrings $4.00 

Hand Necklace S8.00 

SU( Squares in various si»s by VERA and othei 
famous designers From 53.75 

Gnnny boot in SMde and Inther S47.00 

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INSIOHT, VIROflgiA BEACH (UN. THURSDAY, 8EPTEMKR 2, 1971 -PAQE 7 



Mountain Vacation Proves 
Perfect rianqum^r 



You uy )vu want to get away 
> tnm it all? You're tired of the 
exhauit fumes, the crowded 
boulevards, the mass of 
■currying hurrying people, the 
prass of everyday affairs? 

U you really mean it, try 
taking a vacation, during which 
^U wat<^ no television, listoi to 
no radio, read no newspaper. 
> Try it, for only five days, as 
we cUd recently. 

What liappens? You rdax so 
completely that it's un- 
believable. 

The place is important. We 



found ours at Montfair Family 
Resort, some 10 miles Not- 
thwnt (A CharhrttMville, Rt^ 2, 
Crozet, Virginia. 

Elevation j(»t high enough for 
the little pink s«ni-camper we 
took alor^, to ^Mly negotiate 
the hilly curves. No monotonous 
scenery here, beautifully kept 
farms, with the Blue Ridge 
mountains in the background. 

Montfair rata four stars in 
Rand McNally. Notable are 
the spacious campeites, private 
and separated by thick forestry 
one from the other. 



Before breakfast, we take a 
wimiing trail through the woods 
to a mountain lake, shining so 
clear in the morning sun that the 
trees on the bank are reflected 
as if in a mirrcN-. 

Back to the camp th«), whart 
tacon and eggs (who carat 
about cholesterol and coffte 
perking, yes, we took tJM ptt- 

colator) taste and smell twice as 
tantalizing cooked on the (^n 
fire and eaten under the pine 
trees. 



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W« meet John E. Sheridan, 
owntr, who lives in the spacious 
white house, circa 1847. that 
stan^ proudy on the itfU as we 
apprMChed the camMfoumto. 

The owno* of some MOO acrM, 
including the campsite and 
redwood cottages, he's found the 

secret ot contented living. A 
former executive from 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, he 
gave up the competitive life a 
few years back and brought his 
wife, Dorothy, and their sons. 
Jack and Phillip, to Montfair. 
It's now a family enterprise. 

The Sheridans showed us 
through the marvelous old 
house, white-pillared; with high- 
ceilings, spacious and gracious 
rooms. 

"What's it like here in the 
'Winter?" we asked, envisioning 
much snow and perhaps 
loneliness. 

"Great," Sheridan replied. 
"We're on the East side of the 
mountain, and don't get much 
snow. In fact, we stay open year 
round.." 

Cabins are occupied 
throughout the winter, mostly 
by students from the University 
of Vir^nia. 

We wander back to the 
campsite. It's twilight. The 
youngsters go off on a hayride, 
and some parents go al<mg too. 
Riding hoYses go back to the 
stables. Camp fires light vip like 
fire flies. 



Here and there some gatho: 
about the fires to shure b-avel 
experiences... the moon becomes 
visible through the ttees...and 
the katydds set up a tadem^ 
ttiat signals the emi of another 
peaceftil day. 




TEXT and PHOTOS 

By 

HELEN CRM' 



Leading the good life 
owners of Montfair, 



Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sheridan, 






Clear spring-fed mountain lake reflects the verdant forest in the early morning hours, 
before the suinimrrs arrive. 




The home, circa 1847. of Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan at Montfair. They left the competitive life 
and found peace in the hills of the Blue Ridge. Sheridan's dog. Tiger, A Rhodesiait 
Ridgeback stands before the door. Famed for baying of lions, the modern version of the 
Ridgeback excells in hunting, is well-behaved and makes a perfect pet for children and 
adults alike. 



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At Montfair„.The Luoto Family Camping 




The H..M. Luoto family of Woltsnare: Uavid. Ellen. Carol and IVIrs. Luoto. with their house 
guest. Rene Creasy (wearing the hat) discuss the days activities. Kvcn Sandy, the terrltr* 
poodle, gets in on the act. The Luoto children brought their bicycles along and rode tbtm 
up and down the steep mountain trails. Cmdr. Luoto and another son, Brian, joined the 
family later. In the photo, lower left, Mrs. Luoto and Rene do that necessary chM**- 
whether camping or not -dish washing. 




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TWW«?AY, SiPTEMBlR 2. li^l 



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Preseason Analysis: Kempsville, Bayside, Kellam 





Seniors at Kempsville look fm-ward to their best season ever. « 

Best Team Ever At Kempsville 



Kellam 's strength in the backfleld consists of Mike Delullo, Gerald 
Jackson, Joe Shray, and Chuck Edwards. 




The practice field at Kemp- 
sville High School these days 
looks more like an area for track 
than for training football 
{dayers. However |||ead football 
CMch Tracy MoodSioesn't mind 



Julius Hurdle, a 5*9" 200 pound 
fullbajpk, has been called the 
best running back in the Eastern 
District by Bob Tata, Nor- 
view's head football mentor. 
Moon fe^ that Hurdle, who also 



at all. The runners burning \^ fills hi at de^Mive linebacker, 

the oval track are the members is probably fljilHtest all-around 

(rf his team's backfield. Coach 

Moon is very pleased with his 

badcf ield's speed, since all of 

them can run the 400 in less 

than 4.? seconds. 

Wi^-receiver Jerry Inge is 
creifited by his coaches as being 
me of the best in the State. Rudy 
Mackey, a 5*9" 16p pound 
halfbadL is tMI fasGest boy on 
the squadr'^e won't run over 
anybody," says Moon, "but he's 
got tronendous speed." 



ballplayer onf the club. 

, Billy Pascall is returning for 
ms fourth letter at quarterback. 
Pascall is regarded by some as 
(me of the State's top throwers. 
Hicks also rates hhn as an ex- 
cellent punter. 

Jerry Inge, Don Hauck, Keith 
Smith, Rick Scrper, and Mike 
Conaway are mentioned as good 
end prospects. Inge is a 6'3" 185 
pound split end, tight end Haucic 
is a 5'11" 200 pounder, 6'4" 190 




WINNER of the Govemor't Trophy. Dennis 
New Jersey Is cmi^atulated by Governor 
Holton. 

Eoit Cootf Surfing Chomptonshlpt 

Governor Holton And 
Dennis Doyle Star 



Doyle of 
Linwood 



Dennis Doyle did not take 
home all the marbles, but he did 
take home a nice Ixig full. A 
"glass stick" was his shooto*, 
the Atlantic Ocean was the ring, 
and the event was the Nintti 
Annual East Coast Surfing 
Champion^{H held at Camp 
iPendelton last Saturday and 
Sunday. 

Dennis won two trofrfilei and a 
round trip ticket to the big 
waves in Hawaii. Ihe Hawaiian 
trip and his first trophy 
resulting from his winnhig the 
moi's title. Then D«mis out- 
surfed the best of Uie other 
division winners to add the 
Governor's Trophy to his 
collecUon. By winning the noen's 



title, the twenty year old 
Lavallette, New Jersey, surfer 
successfully defended the title 
that he also won last y^r. 

Virginia Beach surfers made 
an excellent showing ui the 
championships, with Joe 
Marchione winning ttie Junior 
m«i's division, Bob Holland the 
senior men's title,i Honey 
Holland the gh-l's division, Mike 
Pendelton the junior men's 
paddle race, Mary Flacwno the 
women's paddle race, and Larry 
McGage the men's paddle race, 
hi all, Beach surfers captured 
twenty-seven of the top thirty- 
nine positions. 

fCoiatinued on Page 9) 



pound Smith is a tight end and a 
densive end. 

Rick Scrper is getting a good 
look for a flanker back spot. 
Mike Conaway is a 6'2" 225 
pound transfer from Annandale, 
Virginia, who will probably 
break into the starting Une-up\ 

Frank Welch is the back-up 
quarterback behind Pascal. 
Moon feels that Welch will really 
be an outstanding player in the 
future. 

"We feel our backfield and 
wide receivers will compare 
with anybody," Moon stated. 
"Hie real question mark is our 
interior line. We have only (me 
senior and one junfor startii^. 
All the rest are sof^mores." 

Terry Lassiter will probably 
be filling a guard spot with his 
6'8" 210 pound frame. Charlra 
Misuna, up from the last year's 

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Trevino Exhibition: 
Free Shuttle Bus 

The City of Vhrgmia Beadi 

*T| will provide free shuttle bus 

service from the parking area 

on the Camp Pendelton parade 

grounds to the Red Whig Golf 

Course during the Lee Trevhio 

I golf exhibition on Tuesday, 

I September 7th. The parkhig 

>,4 area enti'ance is at Bh'dneck and 

Prosperity Roads, «ixth-tenths 

of a mile from the club house at 

Red Wing. 

The colorful Trevino will 
arrive here from the PGA's 
Greater Hartford Open, which is 
held over Labor Day weekend. 
"Super Mex" will be tunbig up 
at Red Wing for the World Series 
of Golf in Akron, Ohio, where he 
will fly following his exhibition. 
Following the 2 p.m. cUnic, 
Trevuio will play an 18 hole 
exhibition match with Claude 
King, Vinny Giles, and Curtis 
Strange. Tee off time will be 2:45 
p.m. 

Red Wing pro^ Jennings 
House expects Tevino "to whid 
up with a 66 or 67 for his round 
from the championship tees. 
Most people don't realize how 
good these PGA pros are." 



• Dragway' Winners 

Winners in the Saturday night 
race? at Virginia Beach 
Dragway at Creeds were: top 
stock, John McHenry of Virginia 
Beach ui a Chevrolet; hot rod, 
Tommy Jennings of Vu-guiia 
Beach driving a Chevrolet; and 
show room stock, Randy Ruzica 
of Virginia Beach in a Dodge. 



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Kellam: The New Look 



Bayside team is eager to defend city championship 

Bayside: Lof of Ih, Buf 



"The New Look" is the title of 
the Kellam Knight's 1971 
playbook, and new head football 
coach John Cooke feete that this 
describes his team this year. 
This is Cooke's sixth year at 
Kellam, having been as 
assistant football coach for the 
past five seasons. 

Cooke feels that the Knight's 
strength is m the offensive back- 
field and in the tackle slots. The 
offense appears to have good 
speed and the capability to move 
the football. Chuck Edwards is 
back at quarterback as junior. 

Gerald Jackson, at 5'7" and 
200 pounds, is rated by the 
Kellam coaching staff as one of 
the best fullbacks in the State. 
Not only does he have great 
power and q)eed, he is a great 
blocko* as well. 

aiaruig backfield duties with 
Edwards and Jackson will be 
Mike Delulio, a speedy 
swhigback, and Joe Shray, a 
very fast halfback. Shray also 
double on the id&m as a 
UneJMK^ker. 



Team captain David 
Marquette fills one of the tackle 
slots. Marquette has lettered for 
three years, and his coaches 
rate him as one of the best 
Uneman in Vu-ginia. Marquette, 
who is 6'W and 209 pounds, 
also is a defensive linebadcer. 

George Irby at $'2" and 215 
pounds is the other tadde. (k 
either side of center Steve luUa 
are guards ToRuny Kern and 
John Malone. 

Al Morris will probably see 
action as both a spUt end and a 
runnbig back. Iliis 6'1" receiver 
is credited with havuig great 
hands, and him 205 pounds is 
hard to bring down when he is ^ 
carrying the ball. 

Coach Cooke see his def oise 
as the biggest problem area on"" 
the team. Mike Tate, Chris 
Jackson, and Steve Bo^s will 
[XDbably nail down starting 
roles. Also, tlwre will be a 
number of two-way players. 
Bttt, as a vdwle, the defensive 

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Bayside's 1971 football 
Marlins are young, offensive- 
minded, and loaded with un- 
tested talent. Head coach Bob 
Hicks has fifteen lettermen ui 
camp from last year's eleven 



that won six of nhie and tied 



one. 



Departed are two outstandhig 
veterans in defensive halfbadk 
and field goal kickw BUI Petree 
and in leading rudier Lance 



Platz. However, it appears thlt 
Thad Harold will be an acciuratiP' 
field goal kicker and that 1^ 
Kelley or Roger Baxter will tajl^ 
ovv as leadhtf crmind gain^ 
(CoattotMd on P»g» 9) 



Don't Miss 
''The Super Mex" 

LEE 
JfiEVINO 

Tht only man tvar to win tht Unittd 
Stotts, Conodign ond British Open Golf 
Teurnom«ntt in Ont Y«ar. 





Tonniament winiier Carl Petersm in center flanked by 
George MacDonald and Neil Stamp on the left and Roger 
Savage and Noian Fine on the right. 

Carl Peterson Wins 
Junior GoK Tourney 



GOLF CLINIC and 
1 8 HOLE EXHIBITION MATCH 

V^ITH 

. Cbude King - 1971 Virglnio PGA Opon Chpmi^iont 
Vinny GHet • Six Timos Virginio Amateur Champion 
Curtis Strange -1971 Notional Junior Amateur Medalist 

At the Magnificent New 

RED WING LAKE GOLF COURSE 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

2 P.M. Tuesday, September 7, 1971 

TltlMt AvdtaMe A» Ike PeNewtofl UmKmu 
PRO SHOPS AT IdOST TIDEWATER GOU^ COURSES 
VIRGINIA BEACH CIViC CENTER (THE DOME) 
VIRGINIA BEACH CHAIdBER OF COMMERCE 
ALL BRANCHES OF PEOPLE'S BANKS OF VIRGINU BEACH 
Tlia Huk tf Warrfi C«rMr 

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Playhig from tiie vHiite tees, 
Carl PetersOT made it two hi a 
rown, whmmg his seomd con- 
secutive Vh-gmia B^di iysaSsx 
Golf Tournament. The eighteen 
year old rismg sophonoore at 
East Tenneme State won the 
two-day' tourney last Wed- 
nesday, e^ghig fellow Bead) 
golfer Curtis Strange i)y one 
stroke. Carl had only played the 
Red Wing ccmrse once bdore, 
but his 72 and 75, for a two day 
total c^ 147, was the best tour- 
nament score. 

First day leader Curtis 
Strange did not fare so wdl (m 
the la^ round of play. Curtis 
shot a two under par 34 on the 
first nine and a seven ova* par 43 
(HI the back none for a 77. Added 
to his fh'st day score of 71, Curtis 
finished witti a tourney sdore of 
148. 

GMNTge MacDtmald. a ten yt»x 
old youngirta- who has played 
golf for only two years . won the »- 



VIRQWIA BEACH 

CHIROPRACTIC 

PHYSICIANS 

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IN mmsM 

BEKH PROPERTY 

orSuidbfidfe,Vlr|Wi. 

Small Motel sod Restaiaant 

in a}ltoge tjomtk, foodiqttt- 
tatk)n, tw^f'toiur yeenoU. 
AU new pluHhhv Mrf wMag 
thto yMT. 

WiteJODC^ttliP^er. 



12 Division with a 90 score. Neil 
Stamp won the second-place 
troidiy with^ a 91, and Ms 
brother, Marcus, tied with 
T^acy Auman for tMrd place 
with a 94. David Jackson dn- 
died fifth place with a 97. TMs 
division played only eighteen 
holes and used the red tees. 

Roger Savage won the 13-15 
year old IMvision witti a two 
round score d 154, nfaie sUiAm 
better than s econd place 
finisher, Nolan Fine. Third 
plM^e was vim. by Charley 
GainTx, Ridiard llidca- was 
fourth with a 186, and Jdui 

(Oootlniwdonl>li0s9) 

Munore ktanonal 
VohyM Toumqf 

llie mnnd Bd% Arinaore 
Memorial VoUeyball Totir- 
nament wUl be hdd « Liritxr 
Dey, Monday, SqH«nb«' Mi, at 
86th Street and Atlsnttc Avenue. 
PUy wUl be^ at 11 a.ni. and 
win take place « the bMch. 

The Astawre Mnnin'ial 
totunamoA Is spons(x^ by the 
Lion's Club, and they will 
prMe)t th^ noHiid MJjpl^ to 
0)0 winnn-. Teuns Itnm as far 
aw^ M StMffi Uand and 
PMIadeliMa wU oempote wttb 
five or ^ load tenae. the 
tourmy wU! bo Afc^ by tte 
Tidewater Volleyball 



IbeTVA to dso 
Om V^^ita State Two-Man 
O^en en SMNiQP m4 * 
i Xsnm TouP M ttert on 
«t tte «■• 4lni mA 



WHY 

JIM MORROW 
IS FOR 
NO-FAULT 
INSURANCE 

Jim Monrow knows that a lot of people 
are havtaig trouble with inwrance rates^ 
They're too high and they are a poor dot- 
Ian buy. 

Viottans only receive 42-<»nt8 of each 
dollar invMted, company mpen^ take 
26-cent^ lawyers get 16-oents, adjusters 
take 1 4-cents and courts take 2-centfc 

Bedttosbetaig a poor Imwstment to 
BHiny, people ue havtaig too much troid>le 
stayii^ iMUNd. Thne has to be i duufe. 
Hie mkMte man hM got to go. 

Sm Morrow saMa nO'touH |rtao ua 
stwt to lohrlng the {Nobten. Such a |4en 
provides that dahns under 12,000 be peM 
1^ a mot(Mrtat's own iMHoer ni^lsss of 
(taK b) the a<»l^nt, and Mnlnates such 
dalns as palo ami suffeta^ uidsss medt- 
eri iKpensss arc more ttan 1600. 

TMs plan to now being tried In Maasit- 
ehusetto and drswiy an ImprovemeM of 
the hMinanee problem Is on tiM h<»ison 
then. 

Jim Mwraw thinks Vlqintoos aie de- 
serving of the sane. ThM's why he's push- 
ing so hsid (or Hsfmm now. 




ITS TIMf rat A CMAMOI 



VOTE FOR 

JIMMORROV^ 

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THE VIRQIN1A iEACH n/N 



Sun ^f>6rf$ 

Football Confnf 

Coming Soon 

Hav9 Fun-^Wln Prlz9n 

; Follow Our Local And RBglonql Ttoms 



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Kempsyllh 

Junior High team, ua 
\IV* 310 pound WlUlun Moora 
r« loading candldatoi for 

Monalvely. KompivUlo has 
Is BMilon and five ufritomorts 

Bpdlng toward itartlng 
dttoii. David CampbtU, a 
iptackor, la laid to be the 
lirdiit hitter on the team. Moon 
aya the 6'3" 190 pound boy lovei 
tackle. Rick Scarborou^ and 
like Weill are probable itar- 
eri at linebacker and lafety. 
Bob Taykir'i toe will moit 
Only decide a few cloie games 
or Kempivllle. Bob li a field 
^ qniielaliat who can drop 
mn ovn* the croubar from 80 
nda out. During a recept 
notice leiilon, Bob kicked one 

rthe 50 yard line and ipllt 
iqnighti 80 yards away. 
Kempivllle hai Improved 
idr won^Mt record each year, 
nding ttie 1970 campaip with a 
■6 record. "We could be a 
hanq>ionihlp team thli year, 
ttt thnt again. If our inex* 
irtanced line doesn't come 
ireiM^ early in the leason, we 
u^ not do too well. We don't 
Bve much reserve (to|yth, so a 
>t d Injuries could really hurt 
i<l!ye sot five on the injured 
it,i not including two would-be 
tMiers," Moon stated. 
Enthusiasm for football seems 
» be.lnavasjjig at Kempsvllle. 
his year, sevmty boys came 
ut to make the team. Thirteen 
i^e lettermen. This en- 
idilasm la reflected in 
le morale of the squad. 
"Our morale is better Uian it 
'sr has been," said Coach 
oon. "The q>irlt la tremen- 
MM. The boys have worked 
irful^ hard. Everything is on 
• plus side tor the best team 
•'m| cvsr had." 

Petorton 

)ocier took fifth place with a 
68. 

In the 16-18 Division, Carl 
>etanon was first with his 147, 
ind Curtis Strange was me 
troke behind with a 148. Jim 
lenderson and William Dent 
ted for third with 151's. Pat 
Curowsk'i 152 wu good enough 
w fltti place. 

Hw Jayoee sponsored tourney 
ras held at White Sands last 
lear. Red Wing wUl not be the 
lermanent home of the two year 
Id event. Ninety-four boys 
irtldpated In the tournament, 
oubUng last year's entries. Two 
rothers from CharlottesvUle 
rere the most distant entrants, 
fip and Marcus Stamp came to 
ia Beach especially to play in 
le tourney, and their father 
lok oft Mveral days to bring 
Mm down. 

Ji^cN tournament directw, 
Ob Renard, aaid, "I am real 
leaaed with the tournament. 
iM boys played some fine golf. I 
m glad that the Jaycees 
ponaored the tournament, and I 
Ml iwst year's edltioa will be 
ven larger." 



David Hopson and Donald 
Harrell also show moch 
promise. Jerry Payne, IVed 
Sommerfield, and Chris Sum- 
merlin are Uie extent of ex- 
perienced lettermen defen- 
sively. 

The coaching staff feela that 
competition is going to be toiHlh 
for Bayside this year. Being last 
year's City champ8»beating 
every team in the City-places 
Bayside under fire trem ttie 
other five teams. 

"We're not as good as last 
year's football team, at flUs 
point," Hicks stated. "We could 
become a good football team 
later in the season if the Infx- 
perienced boys come akmg and 
do a good job. Thla is the 
smallest team I have coached in 
the past seven or eight years- 
we've got a lot of 150 pounders, 
and the bigger teams we face 
will tmd to wear us down by the 
end of the fourth quarter." 

Bayside does not have the 
depth that they have had in the 
past. The entire season depends 
m sophomores at Important 
posts and for depth. Despite the 
weaknesses, Hicks is very op- 
timistic about a winning season 
because of his sophomore 
potential, his strong offensive 
line and backfield, and his 
outstanding quarterback in Tom 
Qtipok. 



Kelfcim 



team is wide open for Kim of 
the younger wyt to capture 
starting positions. 

Injuries have plagued the 
training'' camp. A top quar- 
terbadi and several key linemen 
have been sidelined by 
injiules. Three atartws from 
last years' team are out of the 
lineup. 

"I feel we have a lot d boys 
«^.can do ttw Jobi but they are 
inexperienced," Cooke eb- 
so^ed. "W're tr^ to get open 
positions filled as aoon as 
posrible 00 we can start teaching 
techniques. We don't have alot 
of depth, and nuiny players may 
have to go two waya. We're 
fortunate in havii^ sonM good 
sophomores, but they need 
experiffice." 



Surfing 



< 



Boytfde 




lOtfensivaly.the Marlins will be 
down Um middle. Tom 
„ ratama for his ttrnth 
•a quarterback. The 6'3" 
' andM' raidtt with the 

evertowMra 

_. imtfmn. Qdpok will 

to be rated aa one of the 

i*i top c^ege prospecu. 

la Mpported Ui all- 

_j b^i^Id by taaback 

Baxter, fullback Mike 

ity. flanker Gregory 

i, and halfback Howard 

__. JophoiDore PhUlp *i 

KprobMy hold down ttie 
r poaMon. Jones, a 170 
" ', ia iq> tnsa the JimkMr 
tMm. '^■ 

'oHanitve Una, in general, 
efthallarlbi'sstrwigths. 
I^veraa, last year's 
„', hm down eoa guard 
mi Bob OniM the otter. 
fMnat m" and 8' 
_,„ Hand return to start at 
ftd CM^Rksks wm have to 
^ en nawQOfners at Uekde. 
ifM taoit i«tous prol^ 
»Ha4aakydateMa.1^ 
MaMofs^ongtam 
m fmf* deNnae. wl 
Iniw le rely mjm- 
'•*•«*«■ to fiU tte 

»mj^ 




One of the weekendi's biggest 
stars was Governor Ltnirood 
Helton. The Virginia Goveritor, 
riding a mlniblke, made 
numerous appearancea (huing 
Oie twoday ci»npetitton. bi 
bermudai, barefooted, tanned, 
wearing a sun visor with 
"Virginia la For Lovers" am^ 
blaimed m the brim, and 
sporting a EC8C tee ihirt, 
Holton obvloualy enjoyed 
watching Uie wave riders. And 
the crowd loved him. 
Young^tf s and teoMgers alike 
came over to diake his hand, 
and the Republican Governor, 
with a smile and a twinkle in his 
eye, obl^ed evei7 one. 

When asked about' the 
weekends's events, Holton 
replied, "Very exciting. Some of 
these boys are really great. It is 
fascbiating the w^ they o«ne 
out from under those wavai." 

In reply to a question asked of 
him by one of the youths on th9 
beach, Holton lau^ and said, 
"No, I've never surfed. I'd like 
to try it, but I don't have the 
nerve. If I tried it, I'd do It very 
pri^tel^." 

Holton was watdibig as the 
Governor's Cup Invitational 
event unfolded. Just before 
presmUng ttM iroo^ to winner 
Dennis Doyle, the Governor 
saM. "My famlfy and I have 
watdied not on^ the cham- 
ptonshlps but alao the regular 
wuGxig ttwt has bem gotoig «i 
North of here during the 
summer. You (speditaig to the 
surfers) have handled the 
surfing frtvUe^ wonderfully. 
Both myself and the National 
Guard are has^y to have had a 
part in it." 

Addressing BUI Foster, 
Jayoee ch^maa of the "Tw»i 
Day 'Tiat," Oovemor Helton pM 
Into worda what ptfttdpanti 
and spectatora felt. "The 
Jayceu have done anothw 
reat Job. W^ donel" Kollei 
rmuirked. 

Men's DIvliloA 
1. D«Mli Beyle. l.ev<We»fli 
N.J.» a. Wi CMffV. WplfMsvlIN 
MMA. N.CU I. %m HllMtj^ 
ViPltnll ••Hill 4,_«acr 
enapms 



Evening 
Courses 
Offered 



axtoen evening courses will 
be offered this fall at 
Chesapeake Odlege on Ita Cedar 
Road campus in Chesapeake, 
president Allan W. Mitchell 
announced today. 

Nine course offered by Old 
Domiitfon University and seven 
taught by Chesapeake College 
(MTofessors will be taught at Oie 
two-year college. Three 
semester hours of credit can be 
earned from each course. 

Students can rsgistor in ad- 
vaoM at ChMapealn 0>llege, w 
can register there at 7 p.m. m 
September is. 16, 30 and 21. 
Starting dates for the classes 
range from September 15 to 
September 21. dasses will meet 
from 7 to 9:48 p.m. 

The seven CJwsapeake College 
courses are United States 
History, Principles of Ac- 
counting, English Composition, 
principle of Economics. Public 
Speaking, Basic Cmcepts of 
Mathematics, and English 
Literature. 

The nine. ODU extension 
coursee being offOrd cwistet of 
Ad^scent Psychdogy, School 
and Community Relations, 
Fundamentels of Secondary 
Education, Fundamentals of 
Child Development , In- 
troduction to Tests and 
Measurement, Principles of 
Guidance, and Children's 
Uterature. 

/^plieants should be high 
school graduates, but non- 
graduates who are at least 18 
years of age will be acc^led as 
students in the Chesapeake 
College coursM if they eui 
acMeve C averages. 

Evening ctdlege bulletins can 
be obtained by calling 
Chesapeake College (547^5l5). 

Mrs. Dykes 
Is Librarian 

Mrs. Patricia Endn Djiteil 
has bean aroointed reference 
librarian at Virginia Wealeyan 
College. 

"Die announconent oi her 
appointment was made by 
m»aA Nicholson, directs of 
the library. She is one of thrM 
fulltime M-ofes^nid Ubrariana 
in ttie College's Henry Clay 
Hofheimer, 11 Library. 

A native of Croasville, Ten- 
nessee, Mrs. Dykes Iralds an 
undergraduate degree and a 
Master of Arte degrN In Ltte«ry 
Science fr<»n Peabody Collage 
In Nashville, Tennessee. Mrs. 
Dykes s«ved aa a aeoondary 
adMwl librarian in Texaa fron 
1987 to 1870. 

Mrs. Dykes' husbuid is a 

major in the United Stotes Air 

Force and is now steUoned at 

Clnclant headquarters In 

NorfoUi. The DykM' have one 

daughter, Laura, age tan. They 

Uve In Virginia Beach. 
• * • 

John C. Breeklnrldfft, the 
Confederate genaral, wu « 
candidate for preitdtnt In 1860. 

viralnle leech. 

Senior Men's 

1. lob Hellene, Vlrglnle Beech; 

2. ~Oen tennett, Virgtrrir 
Beech; 9. Tim f>oileweii, 
Vlrginle Beech; 4. Denny 
Johnson, Vlrglnle Beech; S. Vic 
Hultitrend, Norfolk; «. Chuck 
Conklln, Vlrglnle Beech. 

Junior Men's 
\. Joe Marchloni, Vlrglnle 
Beech; a. Jeff Arrensmen, 
Seesiee, N.J.; 3. Hieksy Merih, 
Atlontle Beech, N.C.; 4. Bob 
Orieve, Huntington Beech, 
Cellfernle; S. Relph Diiney, 
Vlrglnle Beech; 4. Merc 
Therlult, Puerto Rico. 

Boy's Division 
1. Bobby Oerdner, Norfolk; a. 
I^ett ItrlcMend, Virgin is 
Beech; S. Ken Oerden, Vlrglnle 
Beech; 4. Allen White, Vlrglnle 
Beech; S. Archer Orttn, 
Virginia Beech; i. Alen 
Tallferre, vlrglnle Beech. 

Oirl'i Divlilen 
1. Honey Hollend, Virginia 
Beech; a. Cerol Plsopo, Long 
Breneti, N.J.; S. Ketie Cole, 
Vlrglnle Beech; 4. Mery 
f legale, virgin le Beech; s. 
KiiHp^fni, Vlrglnle BoMto «. 
JO Sherpe* Vlrglnle Beech. 

©over nor 'I Tro^y 
1, Dennis Doyle, (.evellette, 
N.J.; I. Joe Merchlone, 
Vlrglnle Beech; a. Bob Hollend, 
Vlrglnle Beech. 



Mlllw 



Jeyeee Division 
oeerte Oesgein; a. 

ileri 1. r 



Drew Melonoy. 



Doug 



Men's l»Mdie aeee 
1. Larry Me9ege; a. BoMy 
HollaMi a. MvW Barb in I. 

Jimi^ Men^ Peddle Reee 
1. Mike NMMMi a. Mickey 
Me^h; I, jgpfy MtenMll. 




Curriculum 




preWffy fTne. 8«rf ^owfty 
eentemi ta.a more or ihu 
aeres. 



(jOoaMmed fron page 1) 



Nreei ti chai 
fremjiielfenfe 



fil^uefriel 



kiMw the attentloQ gpaa laltitrletl(M.11»l|gi(mMi 
suMoaad to ba anwd Ew* WW Ml ji^ mm w fess 
mKiterBnt - have rw awSSinf eU^ief^Bi ffi 

plays Witt tiw Moehi for aalyfregeffy line^ wfil^llf fe^ 
five nlButN on tiw floor wlIISl«!25iMiif*NMerMis!deef 
sun it laiMM itraat OB TV « Jf,a"ef?iaSUl^'!r!lJ"l! 
SMBt emar program by (haSJrW'WSrri^eW 

.filw .Ml. .. ^ -. ""•' '"""'"O e dlstsMe ef mi 

"Whyt" she askad. Thg feet mere or lees elsng th« 

respooaa was that TV atlmulatea ^•r^vrn ifMerty jine end 

tha child vlaually and teaflWrfeM'SfiytSliti!!! 

you muat teaeh him to UstaD-eitanfe incivdes e ggHien ef 
make him WANT to Uiten." ^f^J^ •'^Oi*' ^i*^ ^ OHane 



Kespbig The Public Informed 

At a recent Nutritlm Fara, sponaorad by the ChMaptakt Cooparatlva Extanalon 
Service at MlUtary Clrcla, was tha Tfdawttar Heart AHodatton, Inc.. with W. Ralalg h 
Alaxandar, axacutlva diractor, left, Mel Blas8lii|bBm. eantar, dtsptflgfaig ptrtlnant 
heart literature to Arthur C. Gangar, of Thalia. 

New Pedestrian Program 
Gets Test In Virginia 



;'l*By teach the ioiiowbH. 
sidlla. for Inatenea, they y(. 
teaoh through muale, they in'AaaiieetienefLueiiiei, Ntter, 

XXtek pi.y.d . n««i »• J! J W' ,«Kl; 

involving physieal axarelaa with leeeted et the Nertheest corner 
tha arms. ^ elbows. And to-g.,i;V.1"'.S!?^ ,f.S,«!'"' 
da«l tha teaehars, titemaelvas. JjffiiV af^Vt^'..t•'^JL^^^ 
hadteUateHdoeelytefoUowtheSjJrjid'J 'e7 'ItyTlnl 
instruotlgns. It's most im* running a distanee ef 178 feei 

B'^enffiMtwa.teo.aatoaehan*'*"* ">* ***t side ef Pirtt 
•P ounelvii ta C SSmi Celenlei Reed, running ti 
.. -Z «M ^i^''*" distanee ef 188 feef along tN- 



ounei 

oondlUon," she said 
She stressed ttia 
repetition in taaehtng 
ehlldrtn. A»good method 



Hot Dote, a new stetlwlde 
action program desipgd to 
make pedestrians more ^ble 
to motorists at night, wm an- 
nounced today 1^ John Hanna, 
director of ttM Highway Safety 
Division of Virginia. 

"mis week tha DlviMon wUl 
begin testing the plan by 
distributing one million circles 
of reflectorizad stick-ona, called 
Hot Dote, Uirough cooperating 
service stetions in ttw most 
populous areas of Virginia. Ihe 
{Togram waa devel^wd witti 
cooperation of the U.8. 



Dmartmeni of Traiisporatetion. 

Hot Dote are dealgned to 
adhere to bo(Hu or clotMng and 
to reflect auto haadU|0ite for 
distances li^ to 800 feet. Mnce 
the average naotwlrt tnv^lng 
at 80 noUes an hour raqtdrai 180 
feat to react to an annwgen^ 
and atop, aafety authorities 
belleva tha new circles of 
rdleetorlsed tepe will nqiply • 
critical margin of vialblllty. 

According to Hanna: "The 
pedestrian is the most ill* 
equipped of all pereoM ualng the 
highways. Yet ttils slow, un> 
protected road user la ttM wily 



Wes/eyan To 
Open Sept 20 

The «0 new studente who Students Is WlUiam H. Wood, a 
Ngister at Virginia Wealeyan S'JSSS^.n'^KtSl 
College ttHs montti wiU aunbv ri£r#ta2 L .Sidiv 
almost the total enrolteiaot tH !KlSlf »i5 th. JJSfiSJ 
281 ti«t tiBM vaan oM education with the Virginia 

Vlr^lnUWe^toJan Colleie Stete Dtoartment of Education, 
wi^iin ite IxHaar ^^^^ Vlr£3. Wealeyan wlU have a 
J..hmfn fll^toSon i sm^ ^"^ 'Kulty Of approximately 
SSSJ u^^bSn^ W- New fullttme faculty 
iotoihiM^ poaldona aw being added in bii 

JrSSLtris'^ir*!^ :i?«isas;'fa;s^2x,b.t 
frttS^^JmS'sJ^uriS ivs'siiffon^" ^ ^•'*- 

wiU be in Une wittj ttw wishes ™'»* * Wligion. 
ei^ressed by Um Board of 



one allowed mi public roads at 
nl^t wlttwut a light or rtflae* 
tortiad material." 

Ust year In Virginia 3,848 
pedntrlMa were Injured or 
kUled, more ttMn half after 
dark, Im said. 

Ilie f^st n^ht4lme teste (rf 
Hot Dote were conducted last 
aprlng witti ttw hdp ef a group of 
lUdimond school children. tUm 
teste showed conclusively ttiat 
ttioee wealing ttM i^aflaeterlied 
tepe on shoes or clothing could 
be detected by approschtaig 
motorlate at dlsteneaa Mi eKoas 
of 800 feet. Children wlttwut Hot 
Dote were loet In ttM darknaaa at 
about 200 fHt. 

Aa Hot Dote are given at 
aarvlee stetions ttds tall, a 
Matawlde educational progrun 
to onpha^ie ttM InvlnUUty ot 
pedaatrlana at night wlU be 
conducted by the Highway 
Safo^ DIvldon. The program 
will Include demonstratlona, 
mrnt cutference, newa storiaa, 
and public service an* 
nouncements on radio and 
television. 

In addition to ttM distribution 
of ttM milllm Hot Dote around 
ttie ^te, Hanna said, the 
ompalgn will be a om^ant 
reminder to parents and 
children tttet ttMy may be taking 
ttie moat s«1oua risk of ttieir 
Uvea by walking at night wittiout 
a light or roMcttve matarlaL 



Trustees laat fall to hold 
eiuroUment at last ysar'a level 
for several years. 

Registration for ttM 1971-78 
sessira closed in May wltti 
4>plicattons runiUng better ttian 
80 percent ahas4 of last year at 
ttMt time. "We could eaaUy have 
admitted a ndnlmum (rf 480 
qualified new abidendte if we had 
ttM facUitlN avaUabla," says 
Frank S. Badger, Director of 
Admission at Virginia 
iWeslsyan. 

' The College has faclUttes for 
approximately 880 realdent 
> studsnte witti six rssldenoa halla 
at Uiis ttme. The long range 
enrollment projection calls for 
1800 futlUme studente wltii 
approximately ttiM-fourttis of 
ttMm living on campus in hwr 
academic viUaies. 

Students returning to Virginia 
Wealeyan and new studente will 
find a new Academic Dean and 
Wesleyan's first Dean of 
Students ttiis fall. The Academic 
Dean is Dr. WllUam M. Wllaon 
who comes to Virginia Weal^an 
ft-om a pOBldon as asaoeiate 
professor of religion at Wtrffwd 
College in South Carolina. 
Wesleyan's first Dean of 
• • • 

dtbhtfd von Bluehar emn- 
mandad the military forces of 
Prusiia at tha Battia of Water- 
lo o. 



CROSSWORD 



Acnowi 

1. Miichlavoua 

ehlldrtn 
B. atora 
S. Oenuina 

10. Tibetan 
pritat 

11. Mr. 
McDowKll, 
aeter 

II. Join 
M.Cuokoe 
10. PUiffua 



IS. apaeer tn 



I" 



3.Tabl«t 

4. Cunning 
S.Oreat 

quantttieii 

(var.) 
6. Oarman 

boy'a nama 
T.Laava out 

5. Invtntor'i 
irrant 

11. aioplnir 
roadway 

la.OoddcM ef 
dlacenl 



Doric fri»80 IS.Puule 



19. Nickel 

(•ym.) 
so. Babbler 
ai. Perform! 
S3. Bubmartne 

weapon 

36. a-ahaped 
moldlnir 

37. Account 
book 

30. Und 
RiMaure 

31. Dreamily 
thoughtful 

.13. Mirrored 

Image 
SO. — — Com- 

mandmcnta 
3S. Hindu 

ItarmenUi 
37. Booth 
83. Le^ for 
M.Deteat 
41. Pounder of 

Chriatlan 

acienae 
43. In bad 

LPraaear 
I. Pender 



17. aiouan 



31. Af- 

ftxei 
33. Think 
24. Kvon 

(poet.) 
31. Itow- 

inir 

lin- 

pic- 

iiitnlN 
26. Lut)ri< 

runt 
3S. Lrv(>le<l 
30, Wrput 
;il. VfSntlfiUH 



Indian tribe n.!. Raili<*-N Mr. 
18. Through ■ Alliii 

r 



kWK9f 



\ i»n"ii;i y.w II II ) 

t-ll."ikiMU I, nil 11 a 1 

i:ik m VM ihint it i 
I ir.uii ji:i» r-\ i m 
n» II it'll ihi I II I. H*. 

( iMHii ni \nvti\r\ 
Bii:, I ;i iriiopfii hV/ 
ni \n\. inn iiL'ik-j 

I IMIII.'IFtl rjMC-lf-jfl 

r.>j.iH uri.vju 



.-14. PIbbod 
.•i7, Shinto 

temple 
.'IM. Cheolt 

'(.olloq.) 



Nerffiern gregerty line' ent 
, of running e distend ef 188 feet 
EMR*'*'^ ^* lestern grsferfy 

pickHpamagasmaandhavattMir •"'"^"• 

child pick out all ttM A'g hg can Apgiieetien of Aeaulsitiens, 

And. ttian ttM ottMr letters, ''!«•'*?%•. "nJlrJT.'l.^^u'^^L 

"And If you're a good taaeher yrfVertein*' VreM?tv ""e? 
yourmattMdwiUgetaeross.But finning St e W 17^ 
if you're lasy, it wUI not." teet mere or lesi 

IhegavettMiUustrattOnof one wjit of •;'*'£t»r,p/ivt. 
teacher who had three-ttdrty '^iZ^^ ^%ilT%i% ef Sm 
minute play periods outdoors In itr^.TunnCe dltteitee^ 
ttMday."ItwasttMeasteatway iti.7 feef eieng ttte Weefem 
out." preperfy line, running ei 

EMR obildNn love to be rt ad tl?h«VVr'iSS**if«r* JiS* 
to^terlaa about ottter ehUdran r%"!A;;". Sis7il!?e1 A m 
are eapeeially enjoyed, nayeieng the lestern greaerty 
identify wltti thew. And they Tfi^^tTsK^SLn^l^^^'l 
treaaura ttMlr lecompllah. fh^'^Ji1 llUTiTWe'oih^! 
mente. tieek 4, Plat ef Weedlend. 

Ualng viaual aide from (Weedlend Aree). LYNN- 
magailnM.sbs held up a picture «*viN borouoh. 

(rf a llttta^ldresslng herself. Xp,,„tion of M. i. end 

tying her shoes. rnaime a. OiiNrt for e Use 

"But*ow many timee have !!tm!!.!Sf I '^••'te recreetien 

we heard mama aay, "Oh I ;;rw'*'TAt7g •«'?J' »Z 

long." llMee chUdren woidd ieeen leuieverd. Na inning et 
loi^ to dreaa tt)«naalvoa, aha a point 7so feet m^ er less 

said, and should ba aDoeuragad ^"^ •♦ i!*!*'**"^ VJI"!: 
to da iA «..«-.-»~ rtmning e distenee ef 140 feef 

A^ kltu.. i.r»« A. ^ •••"• ^* 8ewtf»ern gregerfy 

And bathtag. "Do ttM parente imt of wnien iio few is fN 

of our diUAren allow ttmi to Norift tide of virginie Beeen 
battM themaelveaT How many I?1l£'«'2i Mili.1 ?!,*2S2*' 

or battM them even whao ttMy're distenee of l84.f feef eieng tne 

l8y«araoldt1lMraaramaiiy." 8eufn swe ef iffn %fr9»^ ix- 

Wm strsssad that taadiffs tended %M rMmwn^j distenee 

32!£ *S!!*^"ir"«**" S-?rfI^<i'!l"''lvNNSrvK 

effecttoB. "Let ttmn know you boAouoh. 

love ttiam and care for ttMm. te< 

Eye to aye oonteot te ae Im- Aaeiteetien ef uenden iridge 

i7^.M k • .. «. J u Affemey, for e Use Permit to 
It would help, Mre. Shevlok censtruet 330 fewnheusee en 
said, If sdiool prlnetpala allowed eertein eregerty leeefed en the 
special education teaehm te »??''•«••* *Mf*^»|J 
2trH«tw»ti^"W»« youcan •^t,mX lYne^'Twn'nfnl T 
get down on ttM floor with ttM distenee ef teei feef mere er 
ditldren, play wltti ttMm, meat (om eieng tne Sewtn side ef 
ttMm 



m ttMlr own levd-don't 
tow«r over thMn." 

And what of Mpa on ttM 
shoiddert Ihere's many a day 
when a cMld walks into ttM room 
visibly diatrubad. 

"Don't hit him with 
negattviam, but 
ettttudee," she said. 



Reegen Avenue ef whien 133 
feet is iest ef MWeymen Lene 
end 740 feet is West ef Weymen 
Lene# running e distenee Of 331 
feef along tne Wesfern gregerfy 
line, end running e disfence ef 
1413 feef mere er less sleng fN 
lestern gregerfy line. 8eld 
gregerfy Is trienguler In sitepe. 
posittve ^leti wltn mere defelled In. 
"Tdl hhn tei^i^o^'dn w% avaiieeie in the 



he lookspretty good tWo mor- cify'Vienning 
ning,ofllraswaflowofmak,or eenteins n.4j 




a package of Nabs. 

"ite may have cone to eehool 
without breakfast, and It's 
surpriatag what a WS» nouri^- 
mant WiU do. But than, If ha doea 
get 0^ of h«nd, tf ter him Ma 



Oogerfmenf ef 
8eld gregerfy 

acres. (London 
LVNNHAVIN 



Bridge Aree) 
■oaouoH 

20. 

Agglleetlen of Uynnheven 
Building Supply Corp., f^ tne 
diseonflnuence. closure end 
ebendenment ef e perfien ef 

""^^•.!?2L*""t2"« »a''liWe.Wit!!l«y*i?i!!! 
away tttm ttM ottMrs, where no end ist .31 feef Nertn of 

one ^N can «Uer." 

EMR ^Idren are thoee whoee 

I.Q.S range between 80-78. 

There are smne 800 in ttie eehool 



weifminiter Lene end Nertn of 
Dunberton Drive OKfendlng In e 
Nortnerly directlwi e dIstMce 
of 188 foM mere er ims si 
•hewn on fM Otreet Dedleef Ion 



II Beaeiii «• lanr 

isn, fuiijef leashi . waiiieni p^ia iaee 



MIKE 
BOWERMAN 

for th« Futuiw Of Virginia BMch 



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Preseason Analysis: Kempsville, Bayside, Kellam 





Seniors at KempsvUle look forward to their best season ever. 

Best Team Ever At Kempsville 



Kellam 's strength in the bacltfteld cmisists of Milte DeluUo. Gerald 
Jackson, Joe Shray, and Chuck Edwards. 




The practice field at Kemp- 
sville High School these days 
boks more like an area for track 
than for training football 
players. However, head football 
coach Tracy Moon doesn't mind 
at all. The runners burning i$ 
the oval track are the members 
oi his team's backfield. Coach 
Moon is very pleased with his 
backfi eld's speed, since all of 
them can run the 400 in less 
ttian 4.7 seconds. 

Wide-receiver Jerry Inge is 
credited by his coaches as being 
wie of the best in the State. Rudy 
Mackey, a 5'9" 165 pound 
halfback, is the fastest boy on 
the squad. ^'He won't run over 
anybody," says Moon^ "but he's 
got tronendous speed." 



Julius Hurdle, a 5'9" 200 pound 
fuUbafk, has been called the 
best running back in the Eastern 
District by Bob Tata, Nor- 
view's head football mentor. 
Moon f e^ that Hurdle, who also 
fills in at defensive linebacker, 
is probably the best all-around 
ballplayer on the dub. 

Billy Pascall is returning for 
his fourth letter at quarterback. 
Pascall is regarded by some as 
one of the State's top throwers. 
Hicks also rates him as an ex- 
cellent punter. 

Jerry Inge, Don Hauck, Keith 
Smitti, Rick Scrper, and Mike 
Conaway are mentioned as good 
end prospects. Inge is a 6'3" 185 
pound split end, tight end Hauck 
is a S'll" 200 pounder, 6'4" 190 




WINNER of the Governor's Trq[>hy. Dennis Doyle of 
New Jersey is cmgratidated by Governor Linwood 
Holton. 

Eost Coatt Surfing ChompJonthipt 

Governor Holton And 
Dennis Dovie Star 



Dennis Doyle did not take 
home all the marbles, but he did 
take home a nice bag full. A 
"glass stick" was his shooter, 
the Atlantic Ocean was the ring, 
and tiie event was tlw Ninth 
Annual East Coast Surfing 
C^iampionships held at Camp 
iPendelton last Saturday and 
Sunday. 

Dennis won two trophic and a 
round b-ip ticket to Uie big 
waves in Hawaii. The Hawaiian 
trip and his first trophy 
resulting from his winning the 
men's title. Then Dmnis oat- 
surf«i the best of the other 
division winners to add the 
Governor's Trophy to his 
collection. By winning the men's 



title, the twenty year old 
Lavallette, New Jersey, surfer 
successfully defended the title 
ttiat he also won last year. 

Virginia Beach surfers made 
an excellent showing in the 
championships, with Joe 
Marchione winning the junior 
men's division. Bob Holland the 
senior men's title, Honey 
Holland the girl's division, Mike 
Pendelton the junior men's 
paddle race, Mary Flacomo tt>e 
women's paddle race, and Larry 
McGage the men's paddle race. 
In all, Beach surfers captured 
twenty-seven of the top thirty- 
nine positions. 

(Continued on Pag9 9) 



pound Smith is a tight end and a 
densive end. 

Rick Scrper is getting a good 
look for a flanker back spot. 
Mike Conaway is a 6'2" 225 
pound transfer from Annandale, 
Virginia, who will probably 
break into the starting line-up\ 

Frank Welch is the back-up 
quarterback behind Pascal. 
Moon feels that Welch will really 
be an outstanding player in the 
future. 

"We feel our backfield and 
wide receivers will compare 
with anybody," Moon stated. 
"The real question mark is our 
interior line. We have only one 
senior and one junior starting. 
All the rest are sophomores." 

Terry Lassiter will (H-obably 
be filling a guard spot with his 
6'8" 210 pbmd frame. Charles 
Misuna, up (rm\ the last year's 

^Continued on Page 9) 



Trevino Exhibition: 
Free Shuttle Bus 

Tlie City of Virginia Beadi 

^$1 will provide free shuttle bus 

service from the parking area 

on the Camp Pendelton parade 

grounds to the Red Wir^ Golf 

Course during the Lee IVevino 

I golf exhibition on Tuesday, 

I September 7th. The parking 

>^J area entrance is at Birdi^k and 

Prosperity Roads, sixth-tenths 

of a mile from the club house at 

Red Wing. 

The colorful Trevino will 
arrive here from the PGA's 
Greater Hartford Open, which is 
held over Labor Day weekend. 
"Super Mex" will be tuning up 
at Red Wing for the World Series 
of Golf in Akron, Ohio, where he 
will fly following his exhibition. 
Following the 2 p.m. clinic, 
Trevino will play an 18 hole 
exhibition match with Claude 
King, Vinny Giles, and Curtis 
Strange. Tee off time will be 2:45 
p.m. 

Red Wing pro^ Jennings 
House expects Tevino "to wind 
up with a 66 or 67 for his round 
from the championship tees. 
Most people don't realize how 
good these PGA pros are." 



Kellam: The New Look 



"The New Look" is the title of 
the Kellam Knight's 1971 
play book, and new head football 
coadi John Cooke feels that this 
describes his team this year. 
This is Cooke's sixth year at 
Kellam, having been as 
assistant football coach for the 
past five seasons. 

Cooke feels that the Knight's 
strength is in the offensive back- 
field and in the tackle slots. The 
offense appears to have good 
speed and the capability to move 
the football. Chuck Edwards is 
back at quarterback as junior. 

Gerald Jackson, at 5'7" and 
200 pounds, is rated by the 
Kellam coaching staff as one of 
the best fullbacks in the State. 
Not only does he have great 
pow«' and speed, he is a great 
blocker as well. 

Glaring backfield duties with 
Edwards and Jackson will be 
Mike Delulio, a speedy 
swingback, and Joe Shray, a 
very fast halfback. Shray also 
douUes (Ml the defense as a 
linebaditf . 



Team captain David 
Marquette fills one of the tackle 
slots. Marquette has lettered for 
three years, and his coaches 
rate him as one of the best 
linenum in Virginia. Marquette, 
who. is 6'!^" and 209 pounds, 
also is a defensive linebadcer. 

George Irby at 6'2" and 215 
pounds is the other tackle. On 
either side of center Steve lulia 
are guards Tommy Kern and 
John Malone. 

Al Morris will probably see 
action as both a split end and a 
running back. This 6'1" receiver 
is credited with having great 
hands, and him 205 pounds is 
hard to bring down when he is 
carrying the ball. 

Coach Cooke see his defense 
as the biggest problem area on 
the team. MUie Tate, Chris 
Jackson, and Steve Hoggs will 
probably nail down starting 
roles. Also, there will be a 
number of two-way players. 
But, as a wlwle, the ^Misive 

(Cotttinu»donHg»9) 



Bayside team is eag«r to defend city championship 

Bayside: Lot of lis, But 



Bayside's 1971 football 
Marlins are young, offensive- 
minded, and loaded with un- 
tested talent. Head coach Bob 
Hicks has fifteoi lettermen in 
camp from last year's eleven 



that won six of nine and tied I^tz. However, it appears that 

one. Iliad Harold will be an accurafe* 

Dq>arted are two outstanding field goal kicker uid that U3^ 

veterans in ctofensive halfback KeUey or RogM* Baxter will tajl^ 

and field goal kicker Bill Petree ov w as leadina srmind guiiitn. 

and in leading rusher Lance fCbottouad on ftga 9) 




Tournament wtainer Carl Peterson In cantor flanked by 
George MacDonald and Nell Stamp on the left and Roger 
Savage and Nolan Fine <mi the right. 

Corl Peterson Wins 
Junior Golf Tourney 



Don't Miss 
"The Super Mex" 

LEE 
TREVINO 

Tht only man «v«r to win tht Unittd 
Stotts, Conodtan and British Optn Golf 
Tournomtntt in On* Ytar. 




GOLF CLINIC and 
1 8 HOLE EXHIBITION MATCH 

WITH 

Cbucit Kjng - 1971 Virginia PGA Open Chprnpiom 
Vinnjr Oilas - Six Timai Virginio Amateur Champion 
Curtis Strongs -1971 Notionot Junior Amottur Medalist 

At the Magnificent New 

RED WING LAKE GOLF COURSE 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 

2 P.M. Tuesday, September 7, 1971 

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Drapay Winners 

Winners in the Saturday night 
race^ at Virginia Beach 
Dragway at C^^ds were: top 
stock, John McHenry of Virginia 
Beach in a Chevrolet; hot rod, 
Tommy Jennings of Virginia 
Beach driving a Chevrolet; and 
^ow room stock, Randy Ruzica 
of Virginia Beach in a Dodge. 



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Playing from the white tea, 
Carl Petersm made it two in a 
rown, winning his second con- 
secutive Virginia Beach Juniw 
Golf TowTianient. The dghteen 
year old rising aophamoft at 
Ea$t Tennessee State won the 
two-day' tourney last Wed- 
nesday, edging fellow Beadi 
golfer Curtis Strange by one 
stroke. Carl had only played the 
Red WUig cmirse mce More, 
but his n and 75, for a two day 
total of 147, was the best tour- 
nament scwe. 

First day leader Curtis 
Strange did not fare so well on 
the last round of play. Curtis 
shot a two un(ter par 34 on the 
first nine and a seven ova* par 43 
on the back none for a 77. Added 
to his first day score of 71, Curtis 
fini^ed with a tourney s(H>re of 
148. . 

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12 Division with a 90 score. Neil 
Stamp won the second-place 
troidiy with^ a 91, and his 
brother, Marcus, tied with 
Tra(7 Auman for third place 
with a 94. David JadksoA cin- 
died fifth place with a 97. TWs 
(fivisitm played mily ei|hteen 
holes and UMd the rad tees. 

Rogo- Savage won ttie 13-15 
year oU DiviskRi with a two 
round score d 154, nine sbnkta 
better than s econd place 
finisher, Nolan Fine. Third 
{dace was won by Qiarley 
Gawryx, Rkhard liudier was 
fourth with a MS, and J(riui 

(CoBitioadcttHg9 9) 

Msmnore Niiinonai 
VohfiM Toumqf 

llie aiBnal B(M>y Aitanore 
Memorial Volleifball Tour- 
nament win be Md on Labor 
Itey, Mondi^, St^^m^m tth, at 
aath Street and AtlaMc AfWM. 
Play will b^ at f 1 %m. md 
win taka jdaet eo ttw beadi. 

The A^Mre MMnorial 
toimamant to apeoMH^ Iqr ttic 
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vny aa SUbm Mand md 
PMadslpMa wiU compate wItt 
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AModaten. 

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WHY 

JIM MORROW 

IS FOR 

NO-FAULT 

INSURANCE 

Jim Monow knows that a lot of peopto 
are having trouble with insurance rstea. 
They're too h^h and tlMy are s poor dol- 
lusbuy. 

Victims only recede 42-<»ntt of each 
d(rtlar Invested, comiwny expemes take 
26-eei^ towyers t^ 16-eents, sdlasters 
tidw 14-oeDts and courts take 2-centfc 

BesMes being a poor tnvestnwnt to 
many, people ua iMving too much troi^to 
stayi^i insured. There has to be a dtanfo. 
The middle man has |<^ to go. 

Mm Morrow sees a no>foult plan m a 
start to soKrtng the ]m>blem. Such a |riaa 
providM tl^ datnu u^« 12,000 be paU 
by a motorist's own insum n^ardtoss of 
butt to ^ a^i^nt, and rilmintaa such 
daiiM as pain and syffailagiiirtsii insdl- 
cri npmsas are nwre thsn $6(K). 

Tipton to Mwrbeii^ tried In Massi 
ehiMMs ttd afaeady an ImptoimnMt ^ 
the inaraanee probtom to M the hoftoM 
ttwie. 

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strrtai of the same. ThM's why h^s pis- 
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THURSDAY, SiPTEMBgR 2, 1971 



THi VIRQINIA BfACH SUM 



Sun Sporfs 

Football Cont9it 

Coming Soon 

Hav Fun — Win Prlz9n 



Follow Our Local And Regional r*oms 



(Cotttinutd From Pag9 8) 





K»mp$vlUe 



JuidOT Hi(pi team, aiur 
nv 310 pound WllUam Moore 
{•re leading candidatei for 
fgutrd. 
^-TMenilvely, KempiviUe hai 



David Hopion and Denald 
Harreil alio show mttch 
promiN. Jerry Payne, Fred 
Sonun«^e!d, and Ovli &im> 
merlin are the extent of ex- 
perienced lettermen defen- 
lively. 
The coaching itaff feeli that 



iix milors and five sot^morei oompetitiwi ii g(^ to be tough 
toward starting for Bayiidethii year. Being lait 




David CampiseU, a 
ia laid to be the 
, .,,, JhittnronUieteam.Mom 
' «i)»the6'2" 190 pound boy lovei 
to tackle. Ricit Scarboroic^ and 
Mike Wells are probable iter- 
ten at Unebacker and safety. 
Bob TaylOT's toe will most 
likely decide a few close games 
for Kempsville. Bob is a field 
ioal qxiieialist who can drop 
ttim over tt» crossbar from 50 
'm» out. During a recept 
Rlctloe session, Bob kicked one 
mm the N yard line and q)Ut 
tli iprights 60 yards away. 

Kempsville has improved 
•thdr won-lost record each year. 



year's City champs-beating 
wwy team in the Qty-places 
Bayside under fire from the 
other five teams. 

"We're not as good as last 
year's footbaU team, at this 
point," Hicks sUted. "We could 
become a good football team 
later in the season if the inex- 
perienced boys come along and 
do a good Job. This is the 
smallest team I have coached in 
the past seven w eight yeart- 
we've got a lot of 180 pounders, 
and the bigger teams we face 
will tttid to wear us down by ttie 
end of the fourth quarter." 

Bayside does not have the 




ending the 1970 campaign with a depth that they have had in the 
M record. "We could be a past. The entire season depends 



chami^imship team this year, 

; but thm again, if our inex* 

perienced line doesn't come 

through early in the season, we 

may not do too well. We don't 

have much reserve depth, so a 

tot of injuries could really hurt 

us. r^ got five on the injured 

: list, not including two would-be Chipok. 

Istsiiers," Moon sUted. 

; Enthusiasm for football seems 

:to beincreuing at Kempsville. 

llhis year, seventy boys came 

lout to make the team. Thirteen 

iwe^e lettermen. This en- 

ithttsiasm is reflected in 

ithti morale of the squad. 

: "Our morale is better than it 

:ever has been," said Coach 

iMoon. "The spirit is tremen- 

klous. The boys have worked 

Awfully hard. Everything is on 

Ibe plus side for the best team 

"W*l evw had." 



m sophomorw at inqmrtant 
posts and for depth. Despite the 
weaknesses. Hicks is very o|>- 
timistic about a winning season 
because of his sophomore 
potential, his strong offensive 
line and backfield, and his 
outstanding quarterback in Tom 



Ka/kini 



i P«tenon 

-Dozier took fifth place with a 
•168 

' In the 16-18 Division, Carl 
Peteraon was first with his 147, 
land Curtis Strange was me 
ptroke behind with a 148. Jim 
^dnrson «kI William Dent 
.tied for third with 151's. Pat 
jKurowsk's 152 was good enough 
ifor fith place. 

; The Jayeee sponsored tourney 
.was held at White Sands last 
year. Red Wing win not be the 
permanent home of the two year 
old event. Ninety-four boys 
pvtic^ted in the tournament, 
doubUng last year's entries. Two 
brothers tnm Charlottesville 
were ttie most distant entrants. 
;N^ and Marcus Stamp came to 
talt Beach especially to play in 
fie tourney, and their father 
fwk oH several days to bring 
them down. 

"i Jayeee tournament director, 
Pob Renard, said, "I am real 
pleased with the tournament. 
Ihe bo^i played some fine golf. I 
am glad that the Jaycees 
Iponswed ttie toumamoit, and I 
M next year's edition will be 
even larger." 

i Bayside 

ilOftensively.the Marlins will be 
#op| down the middle. Tom 
mjk returns for his fourth 
)|ar as quarterback. The 6'S" 
ma!^ ranks with the 
•backs ever to wear a 
uniform. Chipok will 
to be rated as (me (^ the 
i top college prospects, 
is supported In all- 
badtfleld by taUback 
Baxttf, fuUback Mike 
, tUnker Gregory 
and halfback Howard 
•e PMlip -1 
probaUy hold down the 
poittkm. Jones, a 170 



team is wide open for some of 
the younger bioys to capture 

starting positions. 

Injuries have plagued the 
training' camp. A top quar- 
terback and several key linemen 
have been sidelined by 
injuries. Three starters from 
last years' team are out of the 
lineup. 

"I feel we have a lot of boya 
who cm do the Jobt but they are 
inexperienced," Cooke ob- 
served. "W're tr^ to get ^Mn 
positions filled as soon as 
possible so we can start teadiing 
techniques. We don't have alot 
of d^th, and many playors may 
have to go ^o wajv. We're 
fortunate in having some good 
sophomores, but they need 
experimce." 



Suriing 



One of tiw weekmds's biggMt 
stars was Qovenior Unwood 
Holton. The Virginia Governlor, 
riding a minibike, made 
numerous appearances during 
the twoHiay competition, bi 
bermudas, barefooted, tanned, 
wearing a sun visor with 
"Virginia Is For Uven" cn> 
blasoned m the brim, and 
sporting a ECSC tee diirt, 
Holton obviously enjoyed 
watching the wave riders. Ami 
the crowd loved him. 
Youi^sters and te«iag«i alilM 
came ovw to shake his hUKi, 
and the R^nMcan Oovwnor, 
with a smile and a twinkle in his 
eye, (Aliged every one. 

When asked about' the 
weekends's events, Holton 
replied, "Very exciting. Some ti 
thMe boys are reaUy grMt. It it 
faidnating ttw way th^ c(hqm 
out from undw thMt wavn." 

In reply to a qm^m adted at 
him t^ one of the youths on Uie 
beach, itolton lai^pied and saUl, 
"No, I've never surfed. I'd like 
to try it, but I don't have the 
nerve. If I trtod U, I'd do it very 
pri^tely." 

Ifolton was watching as tiM 
Governor's Cup Invitational 
event unfolded. Just before 
presen^g the troi^ to winner 
Dmnis Doyle, Uie Oovenur 
said, "My frunUy and I have 
watdied niH mly ttw diam* 
pionships but also the regular 
manx4 that has be«i goi^ «i 
North ot here during the 
summw. Ym (sped^ to tito 
surfers) have hanlnd the 



, Is up from ttie Juntor 

^JSotoiilf e Une, in general, wrflng prtvUegei wonderfully^ 
'■ ^ of the Marlln's strengths. Botti myNif and the Hationtf 




4>tvers«, last year's 
hoMa down one guard 
iftd Bob Craig tiie other. 
Altars at 6'6H" and f 
^Bd return to st«t at 
CMA WxHa wiU have to 
en newcDiMrs at tM:kle. 
tarn lerioui proUera 
hea4edErdifoMe.1tie 
leu • lot of strong b^ 
fur's inHam. bM 
1^ teve II rely an biM- 
to m the 
IM^ftttip 



Guard are hiq^y to have had a 
part in it." 

Addressing Bill Foster, 
Jayeee dMlrmm e( ttie "Tw9> 
Day Itet," Oovemor Holton pM 
into words what btftldpanti 
and spectators felt. "The 
Jaycees have done another 
great Job. WeU done!" Holton 
remartad. 

Wiwt'i Olvieieit 
1. Dennit Boylt. t.fvijl«W|# 
N.J.iJ.iliiewrry.Wr*MivHy 

V iffinii ie^sh 1^^ 4. ••' » 



The Pubtk Informed 

At a recent NutriUon Fare, sponsortd by the Chaitpealie CMptrative ExtenslM 
Service at MllUary Orclt, wai the lldewatar Htart Aiioelatlon, Inc., with W. Raleigh 
Alexander, txecutlvt dlrfet«r. left, Mel Bltiifaigham, center, dlipenslni perUntnt 
heart literature to Arthur C. Otnger, of ThaUa. 

New Pedestrian Program 
Gets Test In Virginia 



^xtNn evedng courses will 
be offered this fall at 
ChsMpeake College on its Cedar 
Road campus in Chn^Make, 
president AUan W. MitcheU 
announced today. 

Nine courses offered by CHd 
Dmninion University and seven 
Uught by Chesapeake Coll^o 
pro^Msors will be taught at ttie 
two-year college. Three 
lemestor hours d credit can be 
earned frtnn ewh course, 

^utenta can register in ad- 
vance at Chesapeake CoU^e, w 
can register ttiere at 7 p.m. m 
September 15, 16, ») and 21. 
StarUng date* fw ttw clasMis 
range from September is to 
September 21. dasses will meet 
from 7 to 9:45 p.m. 

The seven Chesapeake College 
courses are United States 
History, Principles of Ac- 
counting, English Composition, 
prineiplH of Eeonmnics, Public 
Speaking, Basic Concepts of 
Mathematics, and English 
Literature. 

The nine, ODU extension 
coursee being ofierd cmsist of 
Addescent Psychology, School 
and Community Relations, 
Fundamentals of Secondary 
Education, Fundamentals of 
Child Development , In- 
troduction to Tests and 
Measurement, Principles of 
Guidance, and Children's 
Literature. 

AppUeante should be hi|^ 
school graduates, but non- 
graduates who are at least 18 
yean of age will be accepted as 
students in the Chesapeake 
College courses if tiwy can 
achieve C averages. 

Evening c(dlege bulletins can 
be obtained by calling 
Chesapeake College (547-4515). 

Mrs. Dykes 

IsUbmrian ^_.^,^ ...... „„.«.,. 

Mrs. Pafrida Brvin Dyke^ regiater at Virginia Wesleyan ?Sl!?'^^Si*!f*l?I^!/ll»!S 
has be«i appointed reference Coltege ttite montti wiU iunawr "*5iU^2""^^^ 5!i . 
" almoet die total enroUment i •«V«rt»sor for _ secondary 



Hot Dote, a new statewide 
action program desipted to 
make pedestrians more visible 
to motoriste at night, was an- 
nounced today by John Hanna, 
director of fie Highway Safety 
Division of Virginia. 

This week the Diviiton will 
begin testing the plan by 
disfributtaig one million circles 
of reflectorised stidC'ons, called 
Hot Dote, tivough cooperating 
service stetiMis in ttie most 
populous areaa of Virghiia. The 
program was developed witti 
cooperation of the U.S. 



Department of Traiiiporatetim. 

Hot Dote are designed to 
adhere to books or clotnng and 
to reflect auto headUghte for 
distances up to 600 feet. Mice 
ttie average motoriirt traveling 
at 60 miles an hmv requfrM 160 
feet to react to an emergency 
and stop, safety authorities 
believe the new efrcles of 
rafleetorised tope will mpfHy a 
aritical margin of visibiUty. 

According to Hanna: "The 
pedeetrian is the most ill- 
equipped of all persras using ttie 
highways. Yet ttiis stow, un- 
protected road user is ttie only 



Wesleyan To 
Open Sept. 20 



librarian at Virginte Wesleyan 
College. 

The announcement oi her 
appointment was made by 
lUnand Nldiolatm, director of 
ttie library. She is one of ttu^ 
fulltime iniifoesional Ubrariana 
in ttie College's H«uy Clay 
Hofheimer. n UlM'ary. 

A native of Oossville, Ten- 
nessee, Mn. Dykes hdds ui 
wider^aduate depee and a 
Mai^ of ^rte d^rae hi Library 
Science tnm Peabody College 
in NashvUle, Tennessee. Mrs. 
Dykes served as a secoiKlary 
school librarian in Texaa from 
1967 to 1970. 

Mrs. Dykes' husband is a 
major in ttie United Stetos Afr 
Force and is now stetioned at 
Cindant headquarters in 
N«folk. The DykM' have one 
daughter, Laura, age ten. Ihey 

Uve in Virginte Beach. 

* • * I 

John C. Breckinrldft, the 
Confederate general, woi a 
candidate for pwrtdent in 1860 . 

virfllnle teeeh. 

Senior Mtn'i 

1. lob Hollend, VIrelnle aeeeh; 

2. -09n Itflnett, VJrglifir 
■tech; 3. Tim Followtll, 
VIrelnle ttich; 4. Denny 
.Johnien. Vlrflnie leech/ S. Vic 
Huititrend, Norfolk; «. Chuck 
Conklln, VIrelnle ieach. 

Junior Mon'i 
1. Joe Merehlona. VIrelnle 
•oeeh; a. Jtff Arreneman, 
Seeiieo, N.J.; 3. Hickty Merih, 
Atlantic Mech, N.C.; 4. lob 
Orlevo, Hunflneton leeeh. 
Celltarnle; S. Kelph DItney, 
Virtlnle Mech/ 4. Mire 
Therlult, Puerto Rico. 



281 just tivee years ago. 



education with the Virginia 



Virginia WaetoyaTcollege '*SlKf«2S2J?S."J*"f " 
WiU togin lis eixtti year with J^^J^^^IL^^iiS^lit 
freshman ortentetion on Sep- 2f*» IS^^ JSiX!^I^/^^Sil 

SSSibi^'^ "•*" " SsittS^effiSlSdedrtiS: 
A totol fuUtime enrollment of !l?^*aS?, •Sl^SX." J 
approximately 628 is expected ff'SL .d£d fnlS^^S 
for ttiis academic aenion. IWs SLrSniSTJ ^ 
wiU be in Une witti ttw wtehes *~"» * Religion. 
ej^ivssed by ttie Board of 



one aUowed on pubUe roads at 
night wlttwut a Ught or refleo* 
torised material." 

Uit year in Virginia 2,149 
pedestrians were injund or 
kUled, RMre ttian half after 
darit, he said. 

The timt night-time teite d 
Hot Dote were conducted last 
spring vith ttw hdp of a group of 
Richmond school children. The 
taste showed conclusive ttiat 
ttiose wearing ttie reflectoriied 
tepe on dices or ctottiing coidd 
be detected by approadilng 
motmlste at distames in aieeas 
of 500 feet. Children wittwut Hot 
Dote were tost in ttie dartaiees at 
about 200 fNt. 

As Hot Dote ure given at 
service stetions ttiis faU, a 
stetawide educational oropram 
to em^sise ttN invimlllty ot 
pedasfrians at night wUI be 
conducted by the Highway 
Safety Dlvidon. The prooram 
will include demonstrations, 
iMws cwitoence, news stories« 
and public service an- 
nouncemento on radto and 
teleiiaiMi. 

In addition to ttw dtetrlbution 
of ttiemllUon Hot Dote arowid 
ttie Mte, Hanna aaid, ttie 
cempalgn wiU be a oraMuit 
reminder to parents and 
diUdren ttiat ttiey may be tidting 
ttie moot swlous risk of ttieir 
Uves by waUdiu at nif^t wittiout 
a U^t or reflective nuterial. 



Trustees last fail to hold 
enrcUment at last year's level 
for several years. 

Registration for ttie 1971-72 
sessim closed in May vdtti 
^ppUcadons running better ttiin 
80 percent ahead of last year at 
ttiat time. "We could eeeily have 
admitted a minimum of 480 
quaUfled new stutends if we had 
ttie fadUttes avaUable." says 



CROSSWORD 



/ ley'i DIvlilon 

1. lobby Oerdnor, Norfolk; 3. 
lonnott Itrlcklene, VIrelnle 
leech; 3. Ken Oordon. VIrelnle 
loach; 4. Allen White, VIrelnle 
leech; S. Archer Orton. 
Virginia Itech; «. Alan 
Tallforre. VIrelnle Mech. 

Olri'i Division 
1. Honey Hellene, virgin le 
lOKh; 3, Cerel ^Itopo, Long 
•rench, N.j.; 3. Ketle Cole* 
Virflnle leech; 4. Mary 
Pleeemie, Virginia leach; s, 
Kim lurnst Virginia leech; e, 
Je Iharpe. Virglnle Mech. . 

Oe ver nor '• Trophy 
1. Oannii Doyio, Lavellatte. 
N.J.; 3. Joe Marehlona. 
Virglnle leech; 3. leb Hellene, 
Vl^lnte leech. 

Jeyeee Diviilon 
t. deerge Dngeim l. Doug 
Miller; f. Draw Meleney. 

Men's PedOla Race 
I. Larry McOega; 3, loMy 
Holland; 3. MvM larblnl. 

Junl^ M«i1 Peeeia Roea 
1. Mike ^eiMMMM; 3. Mlckay 
Menh; I, Jerry Menhetl. 



Frank S. Badger, Director of 
Admission at Virginia 
I Wesleyan. 

' The Coltege has faciUttee for 
approximately 380 resident 
' studente with six reeidenee haUs 
at ttiis time. The long range 
enroUment projectimi caUs for 
1200 fulltime students witti 
approximately ttvee-foiB'ttis of 
tticm Uvliig oil campus in four 
academic viUages. 

^udente retumli^ to Vitfiiria 
Wesleyan and new etodente wiU 
find a new Academic Dean and 
Wesleyan's first Dean of 
Studente ttiis faU. The Academic 
Deen is Dr. WlUiam M. Wllaon 
who comes to ^^ginis WMlevan 
from B poeitioa as aMOclate 
l^'^lssor of rBligim at W^hMrd 
College in South Carolina. 
Wesleyan's first Dean of 

dabhard von Biuoher own- 
mandad tha military foroee of 
Pruaata at tha Battle of Water- 

loo. 



3.T«bl«t 

4. Cunnlnf 
8. Croat 

quanttticH 

(var.) 
6. Otrman 

boy'a nama 
7,L«a\'o out 

5. Xnvtntor'i 
irrant 

11. aieptnir 
roadway 

IS. OoddeM eC 
diMora 



ACROaK 

1. MlMhlavoua 
children 

8. Store 

9. Oanuino 

10, Tibetan 
prlMt 

11. Mr. 
McDowall, 
aetor 

13. Join 
14,Cuckoo 
18. Plafua 
lS.lpaWtn 

Dorle friese 16.Puule 
IS. Nickel 

(aym.) 
80. 3tabbler 
91. Perform! 
33. aubmartno 

weapon 
38. S-ahaped 

moldtnir 
ir.Aeeount 

be<^ 

30. Land 
hiHiure 

31. Dreamily 
thouirhtful 

.13. Mirrored 
Imaie 

38.—— Com- 
mandment* 

S«. Hindu 
irarmenta 

87. Booth 

M.lMk for 

40. Deteat 

41. Pounder ot 
C3)rlatlan 
aeienea 

43. In bed 

DOWK 
1. Pr e ia a r 
9. Pmder 



31. Af- 

fixei 
SS.IIilnk 
24. Kvon 

rpoot.) 
2/}. Uow- 

Inff 

Jin- 

pie- 

iiicnlM 
38. LiibrU 

runt 
38. lyvclod 
30. Wront 
!11. Vi'XntlMiH 
IT. Blouan < <-'iltfiq, t 

Indian tribe a.!. Kaill'i'x Mr. 
18. Through ' • AUiii 

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Jereei it cnm 
f««J«tejnf# 

Am attention spu teliet^letSUM 

tmmA to be areuRd flN|» «•«♦ mi < _ 

mteitei, But . have you •vwSK.m a 'i^aKf ii fil 
netiead that the same dilld fA»^S^ UKSffml&M 
plays witti the btoehi (br ealvfrSUty Hne'^teh^m^; 
ftve oUmtoi en tin ftoor win2L»<XSJ«a'f«n«w«i'«»8toe^ 

some ottiar program by the JSrW 'SXrite%* 

The teet mere er Ion el^g fh« 
" ""' mi 



hour?" 
"Whyf" 



program 
she asked. 



reepeiMa was that TV stimulates ("•^•m ffMeffy line 

ttia ehUd Wsttally aid to'»I«'7,l«»«aw ^.Jjl 

auditory fMMoB.^. 'Tharelort. !S?iJ'fy*^inTliiI % 



iMtern 
,. . ^ ... . ..-....-ȴ line, leie lenine 

you must teiah Mn to UateB-ehenge Inetvdee e gerflM e* 
make him WANT to Uatea." k^^^ tf^* II' ^tef ef eeeena 

ItooortiaifmegtvalttattalnJjW' *®LWlMWr,! 
^rSS^'"^ to«Hi ttwtJiSi^oH. «-^»*»*"*^«« 
baste shUla. for instence, tttoy ^l 
teaoh ttirough music, they in- Apgiieefien of Lucille i. Potter, 
struet in jatety, eotors and in f .my * •"•M^^ iorewry. 
ottiar wave." Attorney, for a Use Permit fa 

Mrs. wavicR played a rgewd sfatten en certein grepert^ 
involving phygtoal axaretea witti tecetee et the Nertheest wntf 
ttw arms, the elbows. And !«•?.,>•,!!}''»,"»?* •"*. ''^« 
deed ttw teachers, themselves. a•!«ef^VtV"^Si-^h*! 
hadteUatoRdoNlytefoUowttwKJrjiil 'o7 'itntS^Ut 
instruetlens. It's most im- rwnnina e dtstenee ef m feef 

B^^*^\ wt. toe, aa taaehars i'^f^ ^^* In^ 8te« •* ^^m 
•P euraell^XiM bSS^ Celenlel Reee* running i. 

oMiditiim •• .h. I.M ^^'^ !.'•♦£«• •♦ ^^ ♦•^ along' thr 
condition, shg said. Nerfhern pregerty line ane 

She stireeeed the need of running e eistenee ef tie fee< 
repetition in teaehing EMRf!*"! .^v. ■•8tern preeerfy 
ehUdren. A good meflSd, to to 'i?v.tf 'iSftSL!? '• ^^**^- 
ptekupamagattaeandhavettwir*^''' •0"0"»«' 
child ptok out aU the A's he ean Apgiieetien ef AceMliitiehi, 
find, ttwn ttw ottwr letters. "l^" ^^* ^l* ^•*'>v^i^ te cen. 

"And if you're a goS teacher T%Vj'\TAfK "a? 

ypurmett»dwttlgg!acrosg.But;inninV it I Wn) th 
if you'rg lasy, it wiU not," feet mere er leii 

IhegavetheiUusfratiORofoaeW**! •' •erberteff"Briva, 
teacher who had three-ttilrty ;M4 M" •! y» JJJ 
minute itoy p«^ outdoon to jRa, rtnUCe'Slti^/'S 
ttwday."Itwaattweute8tway ifl.7 teet eletig the Weetern 
out." pregerty line, running ei 

BMR tdiildren love to be read littVVrl'ifTVnr'aM' 

to^torias about ottwr chUdrtn fi^X\ 5Xe*J ef'?ie fH 

are espeeiaUy ehjoyed. Thayeteng the leitern preperty 

identify witti then. And ttwy i"^* **i<L*r*M'^ centeins 1.3 

treasure thair aeeAmnlWu **''** ***' I* l^***^ *• l**te I 
veasure uwir accompuab- through « end 88 through 33, 

™ff' . . _ lloek 4, Plat ef Weedlend. 

Using visual aids from (Weeeiene Aree). t.yNN- 

magasinea,sbeheldupap(otuit .^av^n iorouoh. 

ty ng her ahoee. Thelme l. otieert fer e Uia 

••But^ww many timea have ?Kfll!|ter I 'l-»ite reereetlen 

we heard mama say, "Oh I SJ.T %«t!Si ••"?:" ^'Sl 

tong.'' ThMe diUdrm would Nech ieuievere, Na Innine et 
love to dress ttwmselves, she e point 780 teet me^ er Tan 
eaid, and abould be eneouraged ^**t ** J tfterseti Avenue, 
to do so «»«"-»wi py,^!^ , eistenee ef 940 feat 

Ami t^hhi* "Tu, a^ ««.«. •'•'^ ♦•*• ••wthtf n property 
And bMhteg. Do ttw pannto iina «f which no feet is the 

of our diilAren aUow tlwm to North stae of virglnle leeeh 
battw thmeelveet How many Jfi^Xi^ 7^l\l S^Jlf.^/^ 
pnvnte d9 you ki»w who drtsi S.^,^ ,%'?• ?u%»iS' - 
orblttwttemavw whan ttwy'» KffiKTef U^i fnHlim! thi 
18 years eld? nwrs are many." 8evth aWe ef ^m street ix. 
She straseed Uwt taaehars iTfi? £!!!! T"'"!* !!•*?"«• 
must get aerosa ttw maseaga of i^Z^TunyHuSSiiS 
afftetlon. "Ut dwm know you KIo7»h ^'^*^*^*^^^'** 
love ttwm and care for ttwm, it. 
Eye te eye contact te ae tei' **?•!«•♦'?" •♦ Ueneen iriega 
nortant" letatee by Owen 1. Piekatt, 

fT-LiM k.1. u- «.. 4 b Atterney, fer e Uie Permit te 
It would help, Mre. Shevick construct 380 tewnheuses en 
said,ifedioolprln«^^aUowed certein ereperty leeetee en the 
speetol ediKatton teachers to ffjf^ilf •l"2fi!'' .li^*'"! 

rdr^i"S?i3;rti2 ''•^'"« tYne!";^^ n 

get down on ttw ftoor with ttw eistenee ef 1888 feet mere er 



children, play witti ttwm, meet <ne eien 
ttwm on ttwir own level-den't 
tower over thwn." 

And what of ships on ttw 
sho^der? Thwre's many a ds^ 
when a child waUu into tiw room 
vteibly dtetnibad. 

"Don't hit him with 
negativism, but use poiritive 
attitudee," she said. "TeU Mm 
he looke pt^ty good tide mor- 
ning, offer a swaOow of miUt, or 
a package of Nabe. 

"He may havt come to echool 
wiUiout breakfast, and it'e 
sivprlMi^ i^at a Uttte neurit- 
mint wlU do. But then, if be dees 
get otrt of hnd, offer him Ms ,.,„,..Mth«iiBBin.at.a.i«# 

"^ Pi!!!*.2?S; ' ""i *^' •" fiWnWitiBA?!}?!^ 

away from the ottwrs, where no and i8f.3S feat North of 



If the leuth side ef 
Reegen Avenue ef which 838 
feet la lest ef MWeymen ueiw 
end 740 feet Is West ef Weymen 
Lene, running e eistenee ef 888 
feetelwig the Western preperty 
line, end running e eistenee ef 
1488 feet mere er less sleng the 
■estern preperty line. 8eld 
preperty la trienguler In shepe. 
Piete with mere detelled In- 
fermetlen ere evelleble in the 
Office ef the Department ef 
city Planning, Said preperty 
contain! 11.88 acrai. (Lenden 
•ridge Aree). ^.ynnhavin 
lOROUOH 
30. 

Appileetlen of Lynnheven 
•ullding Ouppiy Corp., fer the 
dlaeentlnuenca, closure end 
ebendenment ef e portion ^ 



• Chapmen. ft«||t,J««Jl , J^% 



wemeft'8 Peine lece 

Piesemlet 8. Nwiey 
litM le^ent, 



MIKE 
BOWERMAN 

for tha IHrture Of Virginia ■•cNh 
■UMNO MUST il tTOPPID 




vrtMiw kteA or wUm, do eM b«ieAt km 



10 te 18 hoen a weA M a bos, Aa 



jwi^ adeoadea. I ai anai a i l tted te e^w a i >aq> e iten te 
at tendoaa, and te giei 



let 



fiQmifm eanav aaeaaooii ne w vms ni 
ef say IMsd Hmss eaMltedoaii MMndiimt te eHeyaete wketeiria taia» Oei 
ewwerteesBlliaei^aMft Mfrlia^ 



WKHMBff 'flfliflffl^TIC ^MMDIDI rofliOliE OF DEIWfiS 
QMNMI BMNMIRB - Mmm iMi Nm - PteR WW 



one dM ean enter 

EMR diildren are thoee whose 
I.Q.S range between 80-78. 
There are swne 800 in ttie echool 
system. It was emphasised ttiat 
each child is different from ttw 
ottier, and will learn et Ms or her 
own pace. 

The cMldren are able to evn 
special graduation certiftoates 
in meny caeee. 

"And what is tiw purpoM or 
our main goal in teecning? Mrs. 
Stevick asked. 

The reeponM: "To make good 
citiseiM of our child^n, and to 
help ttwm reaUse ttwfr potential 
^ Unding for ttiemeelvM, so 
that ttwy may And a job pwhi^e 
and help support themselvea." 

"And there's no finer 
moment," Mrs. Kwvick coe* 
eluded, "ttian when ttwt child 
e«nes home clutching ttw flrst 
m«i^ he's ever otfiwd and 
tooktag up at yM ^re^ si^, 
'Here Mem, here's my ps^ 
Qheek • put it in ttw bank for 
me." 



I rciiil N, 



Pereel 1 : Uie Pvmit te terete 
e small vehicle treehsi On 
certein propvty leeetN et the 
Nerthweat ewner ef SeuMwrn 
leuleverd end lylws Avenue, 
running a distwee ef NO feet 
mei« ^ leiaelMW ttie W^ sMW 
9t SykM Aveniw* rvMitei e 
dietMce ef 8V feet eMm Me 
aevtt^n preperty IMW wwUNl 
8^ foot men er Me te Nw 
Mtrth tide ef iMthefn 
leiMeverd, rumm • dtetawee 

fPi weeiw^^^Mi IA In ^2 
wee eW^^ weritewi 



Waatminiter Lena and f4erth of 
Dunberten Drive extendlna In e 
Northerly direction e distenee 
of 8H f^ mere er leee si 
ihown en tM Street Dedleetlen 
end Cteaure Plot of negeney iv 
deted 7.30.71 by Teibet, Wer- 
mori, and Standing, WTO. 
(Peganey Apartmenti Aree), 
LVfiNHAVIN lOROUOH. 

31. 

Appileetlen of John T. Atklnien 
tor e Chenge ef lentng from 
Resldwea (\ttnirb§fi Olihplet 3 
(R.S 3) te Muittete Pemtly 
Pntewiee Oistriet (p.M) end e 
Uie Permit te eenatruet 184 
apartment unite en certein 

Eeperty beginning et e point 
teet South ef i.eskin ieed 
end 188 feet lest ef PPremec 
Drive en the Merth swe ef 
LInkhem Circle, runnliig e 
dlitence ef 478 feet eient fhe 
Northern areeertv INie ef which 
187 «Ht to me lau^ side Of 



linWiem eirde Md ^WMlna e 
dlitenee ef 733 feet etef« the 
lestem prepw'ty IIM« punnteg 
e dietence et 888 feet Miif the 
NvtNrn pr^erty liiw< rMuiteg 
e dtetenee ef Ni feet eNm ttw 
WMtern preperty line ef wiieh 
380 teet IS the lest si^ ef 
PremM Drive. Sold ereperty li 
imevim es Wete 18 thrMeh if, 
Plot ef Premee Wehe m^n, 
(Premee SherN ArNI. 
I.VNNHAVIN lOKiUtN, 
3t. 

Appileetlen ef p, Wlyne 
McwesMy ter e ffWMM ef 
leniflf from MvltMe Amity 
HeateMea »l^MtT^.Mi «M 
elKelei end feuriit - 
Svptlenient end 
^mmeNiei Dis^M 
te ^fWfel ^Nhm^S 
sd^lfMi a UN 

^^W>nv wpVif 

eiMMtetive 88 we atid aarvtee te 
teeiHie nm unmm end 
•MM*^»*!?lJ!lllf#ftee en 
NMM pflKUPM Oft tha 




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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1971 



Hwm tM* of Virfllnia iMch 

■9i^tvtr4 tt tM bittrtfctl«n, 

I wm M^m LynntMv«fl Read. 

I ParctI 1: Oianst of xonlim 
I from H^ with i Tl Swp- 
I piomontft e>Ui : toglnnins at a 
^--MJnt on Mw North aid* of 
S Vi^lnlajMieh touitvard 600 
foot mofl ^ MM last of tha 
intartaetlon #»*» worth Uynn- 
havtn Mid' running a 
diatanca # 1110 faat mora or 
lOM aialig tha Southarn 
prooarty Una of which 310 faat It 
tha North tlda of Virginia 
Baach Boulavard, running a 
distanca of 713 faat along tha 
Eastarn proparty Una, running 
a diitanca of 730 faat along tha 
Northarn proparty Una and 
running a diitanca of 700 faat 
mora or lata along tha Wattarn 
proparty Hn: Said proparty Is 
Lahaped, and aKCludai.Parcal 
3. 

Parcal 2: Changa of xonlng 
from CL 1 to C-G 3 and a U>a 
Parmit for Oaiotlna Supply 
Station: Baginning at a point 
440 feat mora or lass East of tha 
Intariaetlon of North Lynn- 
havan Road and Virginia 
Baach Boulavard, and running 
a distanca of 56 feet along tha 
North sWa of Virginia Beach 
Boulavard. Said parcel Is 
described as S« feet by 54 feat. 
Parcel 3: Change of zoning 
from RM wltltfM»^.4c4ilp- 
piament to C-G^PUhf^a Uia 
Parmit for automotive sties 
and service to include tires, 
batteries and automotive ac- 
cessories beginning at a point 
520 feet more or less North of 
2 tha intersection of North 
5 Lynnhavan Road and Virginia 
' Baach Boulevard at the Nor- 
thwest portion described as 110 
feat by 35 feet of the proposed 
building shown on plats with 
more detailed information 
available in the Office of tha 
-'^Oopartmant of City Planning. 
■(Chasopelan Colony Area). 
*LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH.. 

'iPUNGO BOROUGH 
a 23. 

»• Application of Trustees of Rock 
*« Church by William F. Burnside, 
f, Attorney, for a Use Permit for a 

., church, religious education and 
.% rehabilitation center on certain 
^property beginning at a point 

« 2300 feet more or less Southeast 

Tof the Intersection of Princess 

Anne Road and Pocahontas 

*- Club Road and 1252 feet East of 

•' Pocahontas Club Road, running 

•a distance of 778 feet along tha 
'*" Western property line, running 
^ a distance of 1292 feet along tha 
^1 Northern property line, running 
-i a distance of 1398 feet along tha 
tof Eastern property line of which 
S 1187 feet is the Western bank of 

I Back Bay and running a 

tidistsnce of 2382 feet along tha 

Southern property line. (Morse 

» Point Area). PUNGO 

1( BOROUGH. 

.^KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

Hcation of 'Atphonzo T. 

•'Swann, etux, et al for a Changa 

ttof Zoning from Residence 

s Suburban District 4 (R-S 4} to 

.'Limited Commercial District 3 

.i(C-L 3) on certain property 

**' beg inning at a point 487 faat 

more or less West of In- 

.•^.dependence Boulevard, run- 

•r-nlng a distance of 226 feet along 

•.•the North side of Bonney Road, 

:^ running a distance of 280 feat 

vOlong tha Western property 

^.iine, running a distance of 383 

,.,,feet mora or <ass along the 

^ Eastern property line. Said 

'1 property Is triangular in shape 

.,and contains 38,300 square feet. 

''(Pocahontas Village Area). 

"KEAAPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

^Application of Alphonzo T; 
>^ Swann, atux, at al for a 
'''Change of Zoning from 

''Residence Duplex District 2 (R- 

'•D 2) to General Commercial 
S District 3 (C-G 3) on certain 

•' property located, beginning at 
^•a point 425 feet more or less 
^West of Independence 
s Boulevard running a distance 
\of 205 feet along the South side 
^*,of Bonney Road, running a 
y distance of 206 feet along the 
^Eastern property line, running 
^a distance of 127 feet along the 
^ Southern property line, and 
"^^ running a distance of 138 feet 
"^ along the Western property 
Vline. Said proparty contains 
«-" 27,809 square feet. (Pocahontas 
•■*:villafle Area), KEMPSVILLE 
<• BOROUGH. 
t»26. 

^'I Application of Lois Marie Hill, 
S'by Lee Kclberg, Attprney, for a 
n-fChange . of Zoning, from 
.(.Residence SuburJjan District 3 
♦^(R S 3) to Limited Commercial 
,.. District 2 (CL 2) on certain 
J property beginning at a point 

;400 feet more or less North of 



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Arta). KEMPSVILLi 
BOROUGH. 
2f. 

Application of Laval Oraan 
Corporation for Changes of 
Zoning and Uaa Parmit on tha 
following parcels of land 
loeatad on tha South side of 
Indian River Road and East 
and Wast of tntarstata «4. 
Parcal A: Changa of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) with a Motel, Tourist 
and Restaurant (T 2) Sup- 
plement to General Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-G 3); sa'ld 
parcal contains 3.8 acres. Use 
Parmit to construct a gasoline 
supply station on a portion of 
Parcal A loeatad at the Nor- 
thaatt Intersection of Cen- 
tarvllle Turnpike and interstate 
44, running a distance of 150 
faat mora or less on the North 
side of -renterville Turnpike 
and running a distance of 158 
feet along the East side of in- 
terstate 64 and running a 
distanca of 131 feet along the 
Northern property line. Said 
parcel Is triangular in shape. 



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Family Residence District <R. 
M) and a Use Permit to operate 
a nursing home on certain 
property beginning at a ^int 
342 feet South of Princess Anne 
Road at the Southern extremity 
of Forest Street runnlna a 
distance of 710 feet along the 
Westernproperty Una, running a 
distance of 715 feet along tha 
Northern property line of which 
192 feet Is' the South side of 
Princess Anne Road, running a 
distance of 948.9 feet along the 
Eastern property line and 
running^ a distance of 483 feet 
along the Southern property 
line. (Kempsville Parkway 



Area). K 

BOROUGH. 



EMPSV IL L E 



S S 



ANNE 



--. A 



Parcel B:. Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-O 1) to General Industrial 
District 3 (Ml 3); said parcel 
contains 61.1 acres. 

Parcal C: Change of zoning 
from General Commercial 
District 3 (C-G 3) to General 
Industrial District 3 (Ml 3); 
said parcel contains 28 acres. 

Parcel D: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M{; said 
parcal contains 61.8 acres. 

Parcal E: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) to Limited Com 
merclal District 3 (CL 3); said 
parcel contains 2.44 acres. 

Parcal E<1: Change of zoning 
from Limited Commercial 
District 2 (CL 2) to Limited 
Commercial District 3 (CL 3); 
said parcel contains 1.16 acres. 

Parcel F: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) to Limited Com 
merclal District 3 (C L 3); said 
parcel contains 4.1 acraa. 
P 

Parcel G: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (RO 1) to Residence 
Suburban District 4 (RS 4); 
said parcel contains 17.5 acres. 

Parcel H: Change of zoning 
from Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) to 
Retidance Suburban District 4 
(R-S 4),- said parcel contains 
14.1 acrOs. 

Plats with more detailed in- 
formation are available In the 
Office of the Department of 
City Planning. (Barretts 
Corner, Woodhaven-Newllght 
Areas). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. . 

30. 

Application of Windsor Holland 
Company for a Use Permit to 
construct 392 townhouses on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 2700 feet more or less East 
of South Plaza Trail Extended 
and 200 feet more or le$s_North 
of Holland Raod, running a 
distance of 913.38 feet along the 
East side of Windsor Oaks 
Boulevard (Proposed), running 
a distance of 1458.46 feet along 
the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 1325 feet 
along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 910 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. Said 
property contains 32.18 acres. 
(Windsor Oaks West Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
31. 

Application of James L. Jer- 
nigan for a Change of Zoning 
from Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple 



PRINCE 
BOROUGH. 
32. 

Application of Virginia Beach 
Campground, Inc., for a Use 
Permit to operate 400 camping 
sites with related facilities on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 850 feet more or less 
North of Prosperity Road as it 
extends East and West and 
running a distance of 1794 feet 
more or less along the East side 
of General Booth Boulevard, 
running a distance of 1385 feet 
more or less a long the Northern 
property line, runmng a 
distance of 1888 feet more or 
less along the Eastern property 
line of which 848 feet more or 
less is the West side of 
Prosperity Road (as it extends 
North and South). Said 
property contains 52 acres. 
(KOA Campgrounds Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
.33. 

Application of Virginia Electric 
and Power Co., for a Use 
Permit to install an electric 
transformer station oh certain 
property beginning at a point 
400 feet more or less South of 
Holland Road running a 
distance of 103.99 feet along the 
East side of Proposed 
Rosemont Road Extended, 
running a distance of 105.75 feet 
along the Northern proper-ty 
line, running a distance of 
100.16 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a 
distance of 82.95 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said 
property contains 0.216 acres. 
(Pecan Gardens Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

Application of Green Run 
Corporation for a Use Permit to 
construct 1014 apartments and 
townhouses on certain property 
located in Phases 1 and 2 of the 
Green Run Planned Unit 
Development which is located 
West of Holland Road and 
North and South of South 
Lynnhaven Road Extended as 
follows: 

Part 1: 138 apartment units in 

Phase 1 

Part 2: 323 apartment units in 

Phase 2 

Part 3: 133 Townhouse 

Units In phase 1 

Part 4: 210 townhouse units in 

Phase 1 

Part 5: 210 townhouse units in 

F»hase 2. 

Plats with more detailed in- 
formation are available in the 
Office of the Department of 
City Planning. (Green Run 
Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

All interested persons are in- 
vited to attend. 

Charles C.Carrington 
Director of Planning 



9-2 2 T 



Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the 
Council Chambers of the Ad- 
ministration Building, City 
Hall, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
Monday, September 20, 1971, at 
10:00 A.M. at which time the 



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' Princess Anne Road, running a 
/distance of 127.70 feet along tha 
/'West side of South Parliament 
'•'■ Drive, running a distance of 213 

feet along tha Northern 
i^'property line, running a 
'k' distance of 144.30 feet along the 
"^Western property line, running 
< a distance of 213.65 feet along 
Vthe Southern property line (30- 
vfoot private road). (Carolanne 
^-iFarm.'RIdgleaAraa). KEMPS 
VwVILLE BOROUGH. 

27. 

Application of Joseph L. 
„,Swanson tor a Use Parmit to 

stable one horsa on certain 



Widow. 60 years oM needs a 
furnished one bedroom 
apartment or efficiency. 
Preferrably year round. 
Phone 42S^531. 

Babysitting In my home. Hour, 
day, or week. Experienced. 
Kempsville. 497-2395. 

FOR SALE: Small size lady's 
wardrobe trunk. Used once. 
$15.00. 428-5982. 



ATTENTION ALL HOTEL, 
MOTEL AND HOME 
OWNERS Special fall 
cleanup and close up. 25% 
discount for all work done in 
the mxt 60 days. Oiimney 
Sweeping and fire place 
repair. Dampers installed or 
fixed. Furnace cleaning. 
Atlantic Builders & Main- 
tenance. Call 428-7330. 



FOR SALE: Rug. Oriental 9 x 12 
Herman (Iran) Flower 
design. Pastels. 449-3481. 




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property located en the North 



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side of Normandy Avenue 

acrMS from Avaion Avenue, 
'"'* running a distance of i96.64 feet 
''along the North sld»*of Nor- 
'■•"^mandy Avenue, running a 
'''■'distanca of 1215 feet more or 

less along the Western property 
. line, running a distance of 160 
' feet mora or lets along the 
*•* Northern property line, and 
^'''running a diatanca of 10S8 faat 
^^more or loM along the Eastarn 

proparty tin: Said proparty 

contains S.7 acres mora or less. 

(Weeds of Avaion Area). 

KeMPtVILLB tOROUGH. 

21 

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owner. $1,617.53 total coat. 
Phone 8 to 5 dally. 428-2401 k 
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Electrical Cootrtctor 
laitiUailoii 4 Repairs 
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part of September. 

ADMINISTR ATI VE 
MANAGEMENT TRAIN- 
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following applications for 
changes of zoning, use permits, 
etc., will be heard; 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 
1. Application of Joseph f. 
Lyie, Jr., and Michael E. 
Bowerman for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S3) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
District (R-M) on certain 
property loeatad at the 
Southeast corner of Barberton 
Drive and C Street (23rd 
Street), running a distance of 
195 feet along the South side of 
C Street (23rd Street), running 
a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line of which 
70 feet is the East side of 
Barberton Drive, running a 
distance of 195.6 feet along the 
Southern property line and 
running a distance of 133.88 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line. Said property is known as 
Lots 1,2, 11,12, Block 11, Plat of 
Woodland (Woodland Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

2. Application of Joseph F. 
Lvle, Jr., and Albert E. Viola 
for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residency Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R 
M) on certain property 
beginning at a point 37.5 feet 
North of C Street (23rd Street) 
and running a distance of 105 
feet along the West side of 
Barberton Drive, running a 
distance of 125 feet along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 105 feet along the 
Eastern property line and 
running a distance of 125 feet 
along the Southern property 
line. Said property is known as 
Lots 17, 18 and 19, Block 4, Plat 
of Woodland. (Woodland Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. Application of Joseph F. 
Lyie, Jr., and Woodland Beach 
Development Corporation for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban Distrirt "i 
(R-S 3) to Multiple Family 

Residence District (R-M) on 
..eerta+n property located on the 
Northeast corner of C Street 
(23rd Street) and Barberton 
Drive running a distance of 300 
feet along the North side of C 
Street. (23 rd Street) running a 
distance of 125 feet along the 
Western property line of which 
72.5 feet is the East side of 
Rnrberton Drive, running a 
distance of 300 <feet along 
the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 125 
feet along the Eastern property 
line. Said property is known as 
Lots 6, 7, and 34 through 38, 
Block 10, Plat of woodland 
(Woodland Ares). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

4. Application of Sam B. 
Archbell for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from One Family 
Residence District (R-1> to 
General Business District (B-2) 
and a USE PERMIT to Operate 
a marina and associated en- 
terprises on certain property 
located on the Southwest corner 
of Winston Salem Avenue and 
Arctic Avenue, running a 
distance of 55 feet along the 
South side of Winston Salem 
Avenue, running a distance of ' 
210 feet alona the South side of 
Artie Avenue, running 

a distance of 55 feat along 
the Southern property line and 
running a distance of 210 feet 
along the Western property 
line. Said property is known as 
Lots 1 and 2, Block 18, Plat of 
Shore Acres. (Rudee Inlet 
Area). VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

5. Application of Robert L. 
Mott by John E. Sirlne and 
Associates for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) and 
Agricultural District (A-R) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(CL 3) and General Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-G 3) and a 
USE PERMIT to operate a 
gasoline supply station on 
certain property located East 
of South Lynnhaven Road 
across from Ole Towne Lane 
(Extended) at the intersection 
of South Lynnhaven Road 
Relocated as it extends both 
Northwest and Northeast. Said 
property is triangular in shape. 

Parcel 1: Change of zoning 
from R-M and A-R to C-G 3 and 
a Use Permit to operate M 
gasoline supply station:) 
Beginning at a point 168.54 feet^ 
South of a point located 200 feet 
East of Ole Towne Lane and 
extending from that point South 
to the Intersection of South 
Lynnhaven Road Relocated as 
it extends both Northwest and 
Northeast. Said property is 200 
feet by 200 feet and contains 
.916 acres. 

Parcel 2: Change of zoning 
from R-M to C L^: Beginning 
at a point 200 Wet from the 
intersection of South Lyn- 
nhaven Road Relocated as it 
extends both Northwest and 
Northeast and running a 
distance of 506 feet along tha 
Western porperty llne,running 
a distance of 1150 feet along tha 
Northern property line and 
running a distance of fSl feat 
along the Eastern property 
line. Said property contains 6.9 
acres more or less. (Magic 
Hollow Area Princess Anne 
Plaza Area). Plats with mora 
detailed information tr» 
available in the Office of tha 
Department of City Planning. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
6 Application of Green Run 
Corp, Of Virginia for a USE 
PE.RMIT to construct two 
sewage pumping stations 
located in Phase 2 of the Green 
Run Planned Unit Develop 
ment. Site 1 is located on a 
parcel of land 55 feet by 66 feat 
at the intersection of South 
Lynnhaven Read Extended 
and Rosemont Road Extended. 
Site 2 is located on a parcel of 
land 55 feet by 64 feet located 
North of the Sunset Canal 
(Proposed) and •» feet mort 
or less East of independence 
Boulevard Extended (Graan 
Run Area ). PRlNCiSS ANNI 
BOROUGH. 

J Application of Araffona 
intw-prisw, ine„ by M, Calvin 
laain, Atternay, far a Uli 
RlRMiT ta canitruet a lawaM 
pwAifint, atatlen 9n cartaM 
proparty located on the Ner • 
fliwatt ahM of Magic Hoiio^ 
•ewievard (Rrepeaad) 



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beginning at a point 3M0 faat 
mora or lass Northeast of South 
Lynnhaven Road at tha lastarn 
extremity of Dubois Place 
(Pristesad). Said proparty Is 
located In Section 25 of Magic 
Hollow Planned Unit 
Development. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROOGH. . 
KgMPSVILLE BOROUGH 
I. Appllcetion of William 
Connor, jr., for a Change of 
Zoning from Resident Subur- 
ban District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Planned Unit Development 
District (PUD) on certain 
proparty loeatad on tha North 
side of Indian River Road 
beginning at a point 792 feet 
East of Kempsville Road 
running a distance of 5200 feet 
more or less along the North 
side of Indian River Road, 
running a distance of 9200 feet 
more or lessalong the Eastern* 
property line, running a 
distanca of 6300 feet more or 
less along tha Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 4900 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line. Said property contains 694 
acres more or less. Plats with 
more detailed information are 
available in the Office of the 
Department of City Planning. 
( Bonney's Corner -Acredale and 
Bellamy Manor Areas). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

9. Application of Alford M. 
Mason for a Change of Zoning 
from Residence Duplex 
Dls;trict 1 (R D 1) to General 
Industrial District 3 (Mi 3) on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 460 feet more or less West 
of South Gum Avenue, running 
a distance fo 60. 1 1 feet along the 
North side of Bonney Road, 
running a distanca of 911 feet 
along the Western property' 
line, running a distance of 20 
feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distanca of 1211 feet more or 
lesa along the Eastern property 
line. (Thalia Creek). Said 
property contains 2.26 acres. 
(Thalia Village Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

10. Application of Surf Ltd., 
foraUSEPERMITtoconstructa 
gasoline supply station on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 1950 feet more or less 
West of the Intersection of 
Haygood Road and Sullivan 
Boulevard at the Northeast 
corner of Newtown Road and 
Broad Meadows Boulevard 
(Proposed), running a distanca 
of 162 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 220 feet along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 197 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line and running a distance of 
204 feet, along the North side of 
Newtown Road. (Battle F. 
Williams Elementary School 
Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



Richard J. Wadbon 

City Clerk » • ' ^ "^ 

NOTICEOF PUBLIC 
HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Planning 
Commission will hold a Public 
Hearing on Thursday, Sep- 
tember -16, 1971, at 1:00 p.m. In 
tha Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, 
Princess Anne Courthouse, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. The 
following applications win 
appear on the agenda: 

REFERRED BACK TO THE 
PLANNING COMMISSION BY 
ACTION OF CITY COUNCIL 
ON AUGUST 16, 1971: 
1. 

Application of Aragona En- 
terpris.es. Inc., by H. Calvin 
Spain, Attorney, for a Change 
of Zoning from Agricultural 
District (A-R) to Planned Unit 
Development District (PUD). 
Said property Is an extension of 
the existing Planned Unit 
Development known as Magic 
Hollow and includes three 
additional parcels, two of 
which art South and East of 
South Lynnhaven Road and the 
third parcel is located on the 
West side of London Bridge 
Road beginning at a point 2000 
feet more or less North of 
Shipps Corner Road. Plata with 
more detailed Information are 
available In tha Office of the 
Department of City Planning. 
(Princess Anne Plaza and 
Oceana Naval Air Station 
Areas). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

DEFERRED ON JANUARY 
12, 1971 PENDING COM- 
PLETION OF THE BAYSIDE 
LAND USE PLAN: 
2. 

Application Of William j. Kirby 
for a Change of Zoning from 
Rural Residence District 3 (R- 
R 3) to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) and a 
Use Permit to construct 144 
apartment units on certain 
property located on the South 
side of Shell Road beginning at 
a point 900 feet more or less 
East of Cullen Read, running a 
distance of 971 feet mere or less 
along the Northern prepfrty 
line of which 641 feet mere or 
less is the South side of Shell 
Road, running a distance of 215 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property lli^, running 
a distance of 945 feet more or 
less along the Southern 
property line at the Northern 
extremity of iheiten Road, and 
running a diatanca of 614 feet 
more or lass along the WMtern 
property line. (Lakeview Rark 
Area) BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

BAYSlOe fOROUOH 

Application of James C, Wright 
and Ronald R. Reiter for a Uae 
Permit to construct 72 ene- 
Mdroom apartment units on 
certain property located on the 
North side of Shore Drive 
beginning at a point }7i feet 
laat of areenwaii Read and 
running § diitanca af m «a«t 
along the tavftMrn tr^t^^f 
una Of whicn SO faaf ^ tM 
»^Riaf n frap^ty iifia af Mmv 

♦etta^fittiiawwfarn praparfy 
line, runnMf a diataiiea pf m 
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property line, and running a 
distance of 430 feel along the 
Eastarn proparty line. 
(Chesapeake Beach and 
Bayvllia Park Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
4. 

Application of Erna Rowan for 
a Changa of Zoning from Rural 
Residence District 1 (R-R 1) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(CL 3) on certain property 
located at tha intersection of 
Shore Drive and First Court 
Road, running in an Easterly 
direction a distance of 737 feet 
along tha South side of Shore 
Drive, running a distance of 410 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line and 
running a distanca of S60 feat 
more or less along tha Western 
property line. Said property 
contains 3.10 acres and Is 
triangular In shape. (Bayvllia 
Farnrrs Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 
5. 

Application of Oxford Manor 
for a Use Permit to construct a 
sewage pumping station on 
certain property beginning at a, 
point 125 feet more or less East 
of the intersection of Goodman 
Road and Lawrence Drive on 
the North side of Proposed 
Oxford Drive. Said property ib 
47 feet more or less by 47 feet 
more or less. (Oxford Manor- 
Bottle F. Williams School 
Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
6. 

Application of Pembroke 
Meadows Associates for a Use 
Permit to operate a 600-seat 
theatre on certain property 
loeatad on the East side of 
Independence Boulevard 
between North Witchduck Road 
and Pembroke Boulevard and 
located in the Pembroke 
Meadows Shopping Center. 
(Pembroke Meadows Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

7. 

Application of Rouse En- 
terprises for a Change of 
Zoning from Retail Business 
District (B-1) to Motel-Hotel 
District (M-H) and a Use 
Permit to construct a 97-unit 
motel on certain property 
located on the North side of 26th 
Street between Atlantic Avenue 
and Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the 
East side of Pacific Avenue, 
running a distanca of 250 feet 
along tha Northern property 
line, running a distance of 140 
feet along the Eastern property 
line of which 100 feet is the West 
side of Atlantic Avenue, and 
running a clistance of 250 feet 
along tha Southern proparty 
line of which 154 feet is the 
North side.of 26th Street. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 
S. 

Application of Lake Holly 
Corp., by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a Use Permit to 
construct a 124-unlt motel on 
certain property located on the 
Northwest corner of Pacific 
Avenue and Winston-Salam 
Avenue, running a distance of 
76.14 feet along tha Wast side of 
Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 205.95 feet along the 
North side of Winston-Salem 
Avenue, running a distance of 
414.64 feet along the Western 
property line and running a 
distanca of 270 feet along the 
Northern property line. (Lake 
Holly - Rudee inlet Area). 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

9. 

Application of Riparian 
Investment Associates by 
Grover C. Wright, Jr., for a Use 
Permit to construct 58 motel 
units on certain property 
located on the East side of 
Atlantic and at the South side of 
39th Street, running a distance 
of 150 feet along tha East side of 
Atlantic Avenue, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the 
South side of 39th Street, 
running a distanca of 150 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line, and running a distance of 
150 feet along tha Southarn 
property line. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 
10. 

Application of William T. 
Pearson for a Change of Zoning 
from One Family Residence 
District (R-l) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R- 
3) and a use Permit to con- 
struct 9 apartment units on 
certain property located on the 
Southeast corner of Arctic 
Avenue and Terrace Avenue, 
running a distance of 100 feet 
along tha South side of Terrace 
Avenue, running a distance of 
100 feet along the Eastern 
property tine, running a 
distance of 100 feet along the 
Southern property line and 
running a distanca of 100 feet 
along the East side of Arctic 
Avenue. &aia property is known 
as Lots 6, 1, 10 and 12, Block 11, 
Plat of Shore Acres (Rudee 
inlet Area). 
11. 

Application of Double Delta 
Corporation for a Use Permit to 
construct 24 motet units dn 
certain property located en the 
South side of 36th Street, 
beginning at a point 100 feet 
Wast of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a distanca of 100 feet 
along the South side of 36th 
Street, running a distanca of 140 
feet along tha Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 100 
feet along tha Southern 
oreparty line and running a 
distance of 1M feet along the 
Western property line. 
VIROINIA BIACH 
BOROUGH. 
13. 

Applicatlan of Martha 
WaMiingtwi Hotel Corporation 
^ a Ute Permit to construct 
141 motel-apartment units and 
subsidiary utas on certain 
proparty lacatad an ma Smith 
waat cariwr of Atlantic Avenue 
and llfhtfi Street, running a 
distance of ISO feet aMng the 
WMt aide of AtiatMlc AvatiM, 
runnlna a ditfwiM af IN faat 
aiant ftia lawtli »Ma af lifMtt) 
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distance of 300 feet along tne 
East side of Pacific Avenue, 
running a distance of 300 fee? 
along the North side of Eighth 
Street, running a distance of 280 
feet along the Eastern property 
line of which 180 feet is the West 
side of Atlantic Avenue, run- 
ning a distance of 300 feet along 
the Northern property line of 
which TSO feet is the South side 
of Ninth Street. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 
13. 

Application of William J, 
Newton for a Change of Zoning 
from One Family Residence 
District (R-1) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R- 
3) and a Use Permit to con- 
struct four apartment units on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 180 feet East of Cypress 
Avenue, running a distance of 
50 feet along the South side of 
16th Street, running a distance 
of 125 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 50 feet along the 
Southern property line and 
running a distance of 125 feet 
along the Western pi'operty 
line. Said property is known as 
Lots 35 and 36, Block 105, Plat of 
Lakewood. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 
14. 

Application of William H. 
Pallettefor a Change of Zoning 
from One Family Residence 
District (R-D to Multiple 

!firi'y.?f"'**"" District (R-3) 
and a use r-ei tim lu (.unau u(.i o 

garden apartments and one 
townhouse totaling 9 units on 
certain property located on the 
Northeast corner of Cypress 
Avenue and Lake Drive, run- 
ning a distance of 100 feet along 
the North side of Lake Drive, 
running a distance of 100 feet 
ainna the East side of Cypress 
Avenue, running a dis- 
tance of 100 feat along the 
Northern property line and 
running a distance of 100 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 
15. 

Application of Littleton C. 
Hudgins for a Change of Zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
2 (RD 2) to General Industrial 
District 3 (Ml 3) and a Use 
Permit to operate a small 
vehicle track on certain 
property located at the Nor- 
thwest corner of Southern 
Boulevard and Sykes Avenue. 

NOTICE 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the Council 
Chambers of the Administration 
Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
en Friday, September 10, 1971, at 
10:00 A.M. at which time the 
following applications for changes 
of zoning, use permits, etc., will be 
heMid: 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

1. Application of the City of 
Virgin!^ Beach, Department of 
Planning, for a modification of the 
l<empsville Future Land Use Plan 
rrom six to twelve dwelling units 
per acre to one to six dwell ing units 
per acre of those parcels of land 
located on the West side of Princess 
'Anne Road, running a distance of 

1730 feet along the West side of 
Princess Anne Road and North and 
South of Edwin Drive, running a 
distance of 300 feet along the 
Norttiem property line, running a 
distance of 1450 feet along the 
Western property line of 
v^lch 500 feet is the East 
side of South Rcsecroft Street, 
running a distance of 540 feet more 
or less along the Southern property 
line of which 420 feet is the North 
side of Edwin Drive. (Fox Run 
Larkspur Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVENKEMPSVILLE 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGHS 

2. Application of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Department of 
Planning, for the Little Neck- 
Lynnhaven Devetopment Plan on 
certain property bounded on the 
North by the Lynnhaven 

River and Western boundary of the 
Oceana Naval Station; bounded on 
the West by the Western 
branch of the Lynnhaven River, the 
Thalia Creek Branch of the Lynn 
haven River, independence 
uomevard from the Virginia Beach- 
Norfolk Expressway South to 
Gallop's Comer and Salem Road 
from Gallopp's Corner to the 
Southern boundary of the 
Devetopment Plan; bounded on the 
South by a 180-foot Virginia Electric 
«xt Power Co. Right of Way 
crossing the City M an East West 
dIrectkKi from Salem Road to 
Colony Drive. Plats with more 
detailed hiformatkw are available 
in tha Office of the Department of 
City Planning. LYNNHAVEN 
KEMPSVILLEPRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGHS. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

3. Application of Bonnie Be-Lo 
AAarkeH, Inc. for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence (Xiplex 
District 2 (RD2) with a Wtotel end 
Tourist (T-1) Supplement to 
Limited Commercial District 1 (CL 
1) on certain pr^Mrty located on 
me Nerth side of Cape Henry Drive 
betwem Red Tide Road and 
SeaPiell Road, rurwing a distanca 
Of 170 lMUIgm9» wast side of 
Red TIAl toad, running a distance 
Of 300 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 
194 feet along me East side of 



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rMinlng a distance of 167.5 feet 
along the Wasfem property line and 
running a distanca of WO feat along 
the Northern prgparty line. 
(Camdea. Estate Area). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

5. Application of Lassie M. 
Glmbert by O^Mn B. Pickett, At- 
torney, for a CHANGE OF 
ZONINGZ from Limited Com- 
mercial District 1 (CL 1 ) to General 
Commercial District 3 (c-L 3) and a 
USE PERMIT to operate a gasoline 
supply station on certain property 
located on the Southwest comer of 
North Lynnhaven Road and 
Virginia Beach Boulvard, running a 
distance of 190 feet more or lesa 
along the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a 
distance of 137 feet along the West 
side of North Lynnhaven Road, 
running a distance of 262 feet along 
the Southern property line and 
running a distance of 200 feet along 
the Western property line. 
(Pinewood Gardens- Lynnhaveif^v,^ 
Park Areas). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

6. ApQiicatlon of Israel Steingpid 
and AAauHce Stel'ngoTd for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburgan District 3 (R-S 
3) to AAultiple Family Residence 
District (RM) and a USE PERMIT 
to construct 72 offlclency apart- 
ment units. 

Parcel 1 : Change of 
zoning from R S3 to R-M and a Use 
Permit to construct 40 efficiency 
apartment units; Beginning at a 
point 125 feet West of Barberton 
Drive, and running a distance of 280 
feet along the North side of 24m 
Street, running a distance of 125 
feet along the Western property 
line, running a distance of 280 feet 
along me Northern property line 
and running a distance of 125 feet 
alongme Eastern property line. Said 
property is known as Lots 21 
mrough 28, Block 5, Plat of 
Woodland. 

Parcel 2: Change of zoning from 
R M 3 to R M and a Use Permit to 
construct 32 efficiency apartment 
units; On certain property located 
on the East side of Barberton Drive, 
running in a Northerly direction a 
distance of 250 feet behveen 24m 
Street and 25th Street (E Street) 
and running a distance of 125 feet 
along the South side of 25th Street 
(EStreet),runnlngadistanceof 250 
feet along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 125 feet 
along the North side of 24th Street, 
Said property is known as Lots 1 
mrough 7, Block 9, Plat of 
Woodland. (Woodland Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

7. Application of Ashton H. 
Pulley, Jr., for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Motel -Hotel District 
(M-H) to Retail Business District 
(Bl ) on certain property located on 
^st side of Atlantic Avenue, 
beginning at a point 350 feet North 
of 20th Street, running a distance of 
25 feet along the Eastern property 
line, and running a distance of 'K^ 
feet along the Northern property 
line. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

8. Application of Tar Heel Corp. 
fa a CHANGE OF ZONING from 
Retail Business District (B-1) to 
Motel Hotel District (M-H) and a 
USE PERMIT for 57 motel units, 13 
of which are currently existing or 44 
additional motel units on certain 
property located on the Northeast 
corner of Pacific Avenue and 27m 
Street, running a distance of 140 
feet along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 1B6.S feet 
along me North side of 27th Street 
and a USE PERMIT only for a 
Parking lot on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 200 feet West of Pacific 
Avenue, running a distance of 50 
feet along the South side of 27m 
Street and running a distance of 140 
feet along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 50 feet 
along me Southern property line 
and running a distance of 140 feet. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

9. Application of AArs. Doromy 
Burroughs for a USE PERMIT to 
operate a school of ceramics on 
certain property located on me 
Southeast corner of Northgate 
Court and Northgate Drive running 
a distance of 100.07 feet along me 
Soum side of Northgate Drive, 
running a distance of 88.31 feet 
along the East side of Northgate 
Court, running a distance of 100 feet 
along the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 92.32 feet 
along the Eastern proparty line, 
known as Lot 11, Block 4, Princess 
Anne Plaza Section 14. (Kennem 
Grove Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

10. Application of Chapel Hill 
Builders for a USE PERMIT to 
construct a sewage pumping station 
on certain property located on me 
North side of Warwick Drive 
(Proposed) beginning, at a point 4(jr 
feet more or less East of Qub House 
Road, running a distance of 80 feet 
along the North side of Warwick 
Drive (Proposed), running a 
distance of 94 feet along me Nor- 
mem property line and running a 
distance of 78 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said site is located on 
Subdivision of Scarborough Square, 
Sectiwi One, (Princess Anne Plaza 
Arta). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH, 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

11. Application of Surf, Ltd. by 
Wlllcox, Savage, Lawrence, 
Dickson and Spindle, Attorneys, for 
a CHANGE OF ZONING from 
Limited Commercial District 2 (C-L • 
2) to General Commercial District 1 
(C G 1) 



and a USE PERMIT 1o 
Saaahell Road, running a dlstwce operate a gaoilne supply statton on 
eof 301 faat Mong me Nortfi side of <*'^«"' prt«)erty located on ma 

Soum side of Shore Drive beginnkig 
at a point 915 feet nwre orlasa E^ 
ot Diamond Springs Road, running 
a distance of iXM feet akmg ma 
Soum side of Shore Drive, runnh^ e 
«stanca of ao feet eiong ttw 
W»tem proparty line, runnkig a 
distai^a of 334.73 Met Mng the 
Southern praparty line «m rmwkig 
a diatanea of S23 feet mora or len 



Cape Henry Drive. Said k»ts are 
Lots 7 through 14, Block M, Plat of 
Lywihavan Peach and Park Co. 
(Lynnhaven Shares Ana), lyn 
NHAVf N BOROUGH, 

4. A«»lteat»on af viking Flight 

iervtca, inc., by w.H. Griffin, 

Attomay, for a CHANGi OF 

ZONIIM from Residence MMDan 

mirM 3 (R-f 3) » Umitad 



QmrnrnfM Watrict 3 (C4 3) on aionp ifia ksHm pnoparty ima. 
._. __ ^. law pfMarty antrtna i,l aeraa. 
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to Owwral inAjMrtai Olitrlef 1 (M- 
M) and • USI KKMIT tooiMraiw 
• 0Molhw Mppty itatlen on cvtab) 
propwty toatad an tl« Nortmwt 
comw of Inctopandvwt leultwM^ 
•nd lonnty MMd. 

Pmv^ 1: Owngt of 201*10 from 
R-DlloM-l 1: On certain praporty 
tocofo^an tt» MofW i tii t oomor of 
indopondlnco loulovord ond 
■onnoy Rood, rumlne dMinoo of 
3».f1 foot Hong «w loit Hdt of 
I nd ipondinc o ■oulovard. rumino o 
cNstonoi of %msB fOtf olono ttto 
NortI) lido of lonnoy Rood, runmnfl 
dtotanoo of man fool olono ttw 
■ootom prapirty lino, runnhig o 
diotanooof MS foof moro or Ion 



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bf tho C ommom woHH of VHvlnIo, 
for ttw iwrMMO of eonchmnlnd 
eirt^ londftr iMOO • KiM NrK, 
00 lit forlfi kiMw PoMtlon* md to 
oequhroo fot rim^ otMto MMrtm 



lino. loM proporty confoino 3.«H 



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Porcoli 2: Uoo Nrmitteoporoto 
goKlIno Mipply ototton: On 
oortom proporty tocoffd on llio 
NorfhOMi ccrnor of Indopondonco 
Beulovord ond loimoy Rood, 
runnlno o dtotwwi of W.W foot 
olono ttw EootoMoof Indopondonco 
ioulvowd, runnkio o diotanco of 
»1.t3 fMt olono tho Eostorn 
IN-oporty lino ond running o 
tfitonoi of 317.49 foof otono itw 
NorttMm proporty lino. tAYSIDI 
BOROUOH. 

13. Applteotton of L.R. Copohow, 
Inc, for ft USE PERMIT to oporolo 
ooooollnoMpply ondropolr ottflon 
00 an Intooral port of Itio oKlotino 
polroioum diotrlbutino ond bulk 
plont on eortoln proporty locotod ot 
tho Northooof Intoraoctlon of Opol 
9root, aeulhom Boulovord and 
Hollond Rood, runrfng o dittonoo of 
220 foot otono Iho Boot tido of Opol 
Stroot, runnlnfl o dittonco of 125 
foot olong ttto SButttom proporty 
lino of wfilch WO foot II tho North 
(ido of South Boulovord, rumino a 
cMtfonoo of 210 foot otono tho 
Eoflfom proporty lino and runnmo 
diotonco of 125 foot otono tho 
Northom proporty lino. (Euclid 
Placo Aroa). BAYSIDE 
BOROUOH. 

14. Appllcotton of Crown Corrtrol 
Polroioum Q>rporotlon by Joooph 
J. Uwlor, Attonwy, for o USE 
PERMIT to oporoto ootolino 
wp^y ttatlon and cor woih on 
oirtoin proporty locotod on tho 
NorttMOft comor of Indopondonco 
Boulovord and Pombroko 
Boulovord, running a diotonco of 
192 foot otono tht North Udo of 
Pombroko Boulvard, running o 
distonco of 245 foot moro or low 
otono tho EootoMoof Indopondonco 
Boulovord, runntoo a dtotonco of 
129 foot olono tho Norttiorn 
proporty lino ond running o 
diotonco of 200 foot otong tho 
Eoitom proporty lino, (Pontbroko 
Moodowa Aroo). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

RIchord J. Wobbon 

"^"'^'^ V^ 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

Marino Rooourcoo Commloolon 

P.O. Box - 750 

APOllcotlon For Oyotor 

Plontino Ground 
Nowport Nowfl 

Auoust 21, 1971 

To W.E. Abbott Inopoctor, 
Dlftrlct NO. 22 or City of Vo. 
Booch. Va. 

I, R.E. Garrott, Addroas 3729 
Bonnoy Rd., Vo. Booch o 
roaldontof tho Stotoof Vlrplnlo, 
horoby opply for oround for 
oyotor planting purpoaoo, undor 
tho Iowa of Virginia, mado or to 
bo mado. 

Sold oround la In tho wotora 
of Brood Bay, noor LInkhorn 
Boy, ond la oatlmotod to con- 
toln 115.00 aero, ond oltuatod 
In DIatrlct No. 22, or City of Vo 
Booch, VIrolnIo, ond doacrlbod 
oa followa: Formorly hold by D. 
H. Moraholl. 

I roquoat that propor notico 
bo at ohco poatod ond thot o 
aurvoy, plot and aaalonmont bo 
mado promptly ao practlcablo. 
I aubmit hortwith my op- 
pllcotlon foo of t29.00 for 
onplnoorlno lorvlcoa; ond 
horoby furthor ooroo to 
promptly pay all charpoo for 
aurvoylno mokino Plot, 
oaalpnlno and rocording of 
Oyotor Oround Aaalgnmont oa 
apoclflod In tho Codo of 
VIrolnIo, Tltlo2l.l. I ooroo, that 
all looal raqulromonta will bo 
prbmptly mot by mo. (Soo 
rovotyo aMo for ollglblo op- 
pllcanH).). 

Witnoaa my alpnaturo thia 2t 
doy of^^uouot 1971. 
R.E. Oorrott 



t«on a prayor tor NotlM *o bo 
puMlahod In a nowap apo r or 
nowapaparo having a ganorat 
drculatton m Bm Oty of Vtamio 
Boach, VhnMa, pwrtuant^ tho 
Stafvtoa or Itto CD inmonw a a lW*. 

Upan eenoMorgitan horaof and n 
oppoarMo luar and propor io to do, 
purouant to loeltan S»-ia. Coda Of 
Vlrokito (1MB), 00 amondod, It la 
ItoriBy AOJUOOBD, ORMRBD 
ond OICRBBO itiat any and all 
poraono owning or claiming ony 
right. tnto,oofatoor mtaroof m or to 
tho land daocrlbod m aaW PoMttan, 
or in or to tho procoodo artoing upon 
condomnafien of laid land, ap- 
aavoral or 



COMMONWBALTHof 
VIRGINIA 
in tho aork^ Off IM Of tho Oro^ 

Court of tho aty of Virginia Ba^, 
on tho 29ih Ooy of Jyly, 1W1. 

G«ry Joaoph l-udovtooy, PlamtHf, 
ooaMM 

Batty PIko UMtovlaoy, OoMndont. 
ORDBROP PUM.ICATION 

Thoobloct of thia Mit to to ebtom 
divoroo a vincuto matrinwnil 
from iho laMdaf ondant, upon tho 
oroundaof daoartlon. 

And art afndavit havmo boon 
madoandM(i««at titodafandant to 
a nenmoidont of tho ttato of 
VMglnla, ttw laat known poof effico 
oddroBO bomo: 4M ChNtm^ iH«ot, 
Burlington, fiorth Carolint not 
naldont of ma ttott ot virglnM, it 
to ortforod that aha do oppoar hora 
wmiln ton (10) daya aftar dua 
puWto^ton hanor, andja what 
may fc^iii e a o ii r y to priloct hor 
mtonof m tfiia ault. 
ACOpyNofa: 

JOHN V. PBNTRBS, CLERK 
J. OMPtto Fn^, D.C. 
atuartR. H^aa 
4110 R. intfan RIvor Road 
OMB^ooka, Viromia 

H9-4T 

VIRGINIA! 
in iha Orwlt Qairt Of tho Oty Of 

virtlnto Bo«^ thto »«i oay of 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRtlNIA. 



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LAW NO. y^jm-k 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THB CIRCUIT COURT 
OP THE CITY OP • 
VIROINIA BEACH 

CITY OP VIROINIA BEACH, 
a muHclpirt corporation. 



raopaerhwdalmaor domandsby an 
opproprlato ptoading fNad m thto 
Court on or boforo Rw SM doy of 
Sopfombv, 1971. and It la furthor 

ADJUDGED,. ORDBRBO ond 
DECREED that IN Ctork af thto 
court piMtoh Nattao in tho 
Vlrglnto Baach lunanflo a «Mak for 
four coMKotivo waaka* cam- 
moncmo on Atiguot 3*. W\, aaM 
Notico to eontain tha Iw form a t ton 
ipaciflod In S»19I of ttM Codo of 
virolnto 00 omondod, awopt thot It 
ihall not bo nocoaoary for tha Clor k 
to h^ludo tho rooWonco and od- 
drooooa of thodofondanto namod In 
tho Politton; and It to f urthar 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED AND 
DECREED that tho Ctork Of thia 
Court dollvor to tho Shoriff of Iho 
aty of Virginia Baach a aufflctont 
numbor of coptoo of aow Noftco for 
pootbig by tho Shoriff at tho uauol 
place or ptocoo for pooling logol 
notlcoo In or obout thto Court, aoM 
Notico to bo dolivorod to tho Shoriff 
wlthm fivt doya from tho dato of 
anhry of thto Ordor ond aaW Notico 
to bo poatod by tho Shoriff, or hto 
duly authorlnd dopwty within ftvo 
doya oftor rooolpt of aaW Notico, 
ond tho Shoriff ahall tharooftor 
nwka duo rohjm to tNa CouH, oa 
roqulrod by law, and It to furthor 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED AND 
DECREED that v^thln hMonty doya 
oftor tho firat nowapopor 
puWlcotlcn of tho aforoaoM Notico, 
tho aori( of thto Court ahall mall to 
ooch dofondont whoao oddroaa to 
atatad In tho Potltlon, ottho oddroaa 
atotod In tho Potltton, o copy of ono 
of tho nowapapora eontoMiing aoW 
Notico; ond tho Clork aholl 
thoroaftor cortwy to thto Court thot 
aaW coptoo havo boon mollod, oa 
roqulrod by law. 

entor thto 19 doy of Auguat, 1971. 
A copy Toato: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Billy W. Bollog, D.C. 

ENTER THIS THE 19 DAY OF 
AUGUST, 1971. 
Poui W. Acktoo, Judgo 
I aok for thio: 
Joooph A. Sowyor 
Counaolfer PoNttonor 

A copy-Toato: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By Billy W. Bolton. DX. 
l-aMT 

VIRGINIA: In tho aork'a OHtoo Of 
Tho arcult Court Of Tho aty Of 
Virglnio Boodi en Iho Olh doy of 
Auguat, 1971. 

Chy. 

1933 
ELIZABETH T. OVERCASH, SolO 
Surviving Exoartrix of tho Eatoto 
of Robort Eoaton Townaond, 
docoaaod, OonHNolnont. 

V. • 

AH. CALDWELL 
Addroaa Unknown 
ond tho hoira ot law, noxt of km, 
dovtoooa. togatooa, crodltora ond 
lion crodltora of ony hoIra or 
dovtoooa of A.H. Caldwoli, oil of 
whooo namoo aro unkown ond 
whooo poot offico oddraoa oro 
unknown, oil of whom oro mado 
parttoa to tho proooodkig by tho 
gonoral doacriptlon of Portioa 
Unknown. Roopondonto. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Thoobloct of thto ault la to quiot 
titio to pr«»orty whk* la moro 
particularly doacrlbod m foitowa: 
thoaacortato toto. elMoa or parooto 
of land altuattod In tho Oty of 
Vfrglnto Boach, Vlrgmio, known 
ond numborod oa Loto 9 ond 10, 
Btoek 41 00 Mtown on thot M^oin 
plat of Euclid Plocowhidi todulyof 
rocord In tho Clork'a OHIoo of tho 
arcult Court of tho City of Vlrglnto 
Boach, Vlromto, in AAop Book 4 at 
paga Mand 03. 

Anan affWavIt havhfig boon modo 
and fNod that AH. CalAwoN la o 
non-raaldont of thto Stoto ond that 
hia laat known port offico oddron la 
unknown aMOpt for tho fact that 
tha orlolnol doad from Tho Homo 
Malty Company to A.H. CaNMtoll, 
datad Juna 14 1910, rofora te (rim M 
a roiidant of Charlotto. North 
Carolina, but that upon Mormattofi 
and boltof hohaifMf boon a roaldoftt 
of Owrtoftoa. North Corolino tor 
mai^ yam and tf no tima undr 
CMOldaratlen hM ho boon o 
rotf dont of tho Moto of Vlrglnto. 

Mid an affidavit havmo baon fUod 
Mtmo Rwf thopo aro or may bo 
eihar paftona Morooiod m tho 
auMoct RtoHir ta bo dtapoood of m 
thto Buft wheaa hMVMO oro unknoMm 
ond whoaa toat peat afttoo addratoaa 
aro unknewi^ to<wlt; Tho Wn ot 
law. MKt af Mn. dv^laaaa, tooatooa, 
crodltora and Iton ««diton of ony 
hatroor dovtoaM of A. H. Caldwail, 
ait af whoaa i towaa ara yw tewwn 
and a^toaa paat wnca addraiaM w% 
unknown* all a f oj^w". f mdda 
parftoa la ^0 pracoortng liy mo 
gonwroi dM^ptton of AN'tlao 
Unlinown:lttoOflDBREO thatiha 
abevo namad paraana appaar 
wNhln t«i (10) daya oftor *» 
piMtoaNw af tMa ordor ond do 
wha» % nieainry to protact thrtr 
mioraitoj and It to 

PURTNiR ORMRED iMt IN 
toragoi^ portton af thto ordr bo 
piMMiid anao a waok tor four (4) 
mca ao afaa waoka in tha vlrtl>Ma 
BaMh nil a Nowwapor pMliMd 
IniiaCltyal^ iaachfandliavb^ 
moiiHiiii m iia aty af Vlfiinia 



CLAUCN S HOLLY, aloe known 
oaaAUDHOLLiE.ond 
AOOIB B. I40LLY, hto wHo. 
19M I n do p ondonc o Boutovord, 
Vbf mia Baach, virpMa; 

WILLIAM H. HOLLY, 
1547 Baololon Lono 
Vtegmto Boach, Viromia; 

FANNY HOLLY, 
QUBENY E. HOLLY, 
OLLIE>K)LLY, 
and if any Of thorn bo doad. 
hor aurvlving apouao, if ony. 
hoira « law. davlaooa ond ooolgno, 
ond tho lion crodltora of ony of 
aaW partioo. H ony thoro bo. ond 
oil ethor poraOna hovmo on mtoraat 

m ______ 

tho proporty to bo condomnod m 



proooocflnga. whooo nonwo oro 

unkown, 

oil of whtoh portloo bomg horoby 

procoodod ogolnat oa "Portioa 

Unkown". 

Dofondairta. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



In thto precoodmg tho ps^f«9 
aooka to aoquiro by cendomna W on 
tho foo aimpto htto to o cortom 
porcol of land altualod m tho aty of 
Virgmio Booch, Vlromto, for tho 
conafructton and matotonanco of 
that cortom public ahvot or hiph- 
way known aa "Indopondonco 
Boulovord," ond olao known aa 
Stato Hlphway Routo No. 229, 
Pro|oct0225-134-101, R-W 203. which 
proporty ond proloct oro ahown ond 
doacrlbod moro portlculoriy m tho 
potltlon and oxhibito ottochod 
thoroto on fllo in tho offko of tho 
aork of thto Court, to which 
roforonoo la horoby nriodo for o full 
ond ocourato doicriptton thoroof, 
ond for tho appoinhfnont of com- 
miaalonora to oacortoin juat 
companaottan totho ownora of ony 
oatato or mtoroat m tho proporty to 
bo tokon or offoctod oa a roouit of 
tho tokino ond uao thoroof by tho 
potlttonor. 

For auch purpoaoo tho potttoner 
will opply totho Court, on tho 22nd 
doy of Soptombor. 1971, at tho 
oourthouao thoroof, Princoaa Anno 
Station, at 9:30 o'ctock A.AA., or oa 
aoon tharooftor oa counaol may bo 
hoord, for tho appolntmont of 
oommlaalonara to aocortam luat 
eomponaatton aaaforoaald. 

And It appoorino by off Idavrr fllod 
occordtoo to law that tho foitowino 
ownora aro not roaldonto of tho 
St^ of Viromio, or thoir nomoa 
«id oddrooaM oro not known ond 
that dllloonoo hoo boon uaod by MKt 
on bohalf of Iho potlttonor to 
oocortam ouch nanwo ond ad- 
«reaaoa without offoct : FANNY 
HOLLY, QUEENY E. HOLLY and 
OLLIE HOLLY, and thair Hon 
crodltora, if ony; It to ORDERED 
that tho oforoaaM ownora do appoor 
wlthm tan (10) doya oftor duo 
publication of thto ordor In tho 
aork'a OHico of tho Circuit Court of 
tho City of VIroinia Boach, 
VIromia, and to do whot la 
nxaaaary to protoct thoh* Intaraato; 
ond It ia FURTHER ORDERED 
thot if ony of Iho obovo nomod 
ownora doairo to Maort any ob- 
loctton or dafonao to tho tokino or 
domoolng of thoIr proporty or to tho 
luriadlctton of tho Court to haar tho 
caao ond to procood with tho op- 
pointmant of oommlaatonora ho 
aholl fllo hto onmvar and ground of 
dofonoo doalgnating tho proporty m 
whtoh ho cMma to bo mtorootod; 
tho groun* of ony objocttan or 
dofonao to tho toMno or domoomo 
of hto proporty or to tho luriadlctton 
of tho Court to hoor tho coao ond to 
procood with tho oppolntmont of 
commlaolonara for tha dotor- 
mlnotton of iuot eomponaatton. 

ShoiMany auch ownar foH to fllo 
lito anowor and orounda of dofonao 
aa harolnabovo providod. auch 
fallura ahall not proiudo tho ownor 
fromoppoarino on tho ctoto aot for 
tho oppiMntmont of commlaalonora 
nor Tfom proaormng avNMncv mk j9 
voluotton ond domapoa nor from 
ahormo in tho award of |uot eom- 
ponaatton acoordino tohtalntoroat 
thoroto or ofttorwtoa protoctino hia 
riohta, but auch foiiuro ahall 
pradudo audi ownor from any 
olhor dofonao by way of ^aaa m 
Dor, oooTomonr or omarwwa. 

And It to FURTHER ORDERED 
tm ca|»y of thto Ordr Htm bo 
ptMtoftod onn a wook far two 
^ a ocutiva wad« m tho Virginto 
■oadi Sun, and a copy horaaf ahall 
bo poatod on iho buitotm beard of 
thto Court. 



AOJUOOBO. ORDERED and 
DBCRBn that thto Ordorbi 
puWIohod tor two (3) aucooaaivo 
waoka m tho Vlromto Boach Sun- 
Nawa; and it to furltMr. 

AOJUOOBO, OROBRBD and 
DBCRBBD that a final Ordor wHI 
bo ontorad m thto mottor on Sop- 
tombor 1ft 1971, at 10:00 o'ctock 

■ntar thia Oday of Aiiouct. mi, 
A Copy-Tooto: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. Curtto ffMii, D.C. 
laakforthto: 
Oayner v, McNaal 

S-12-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

in tho Clork'a Offico of tho 
Circuit Court of tho City of 
VIroinio Booch, on tho 30th doy 
of Auouat, 1971. 

Maroarat K. Cailto, Plaintiff, 

againat 

Richard H. Caliia. Jr., 

Oaf ondant. 

ORDER 
OF 

PUBLICATION 

Tha objoct Of thia ault to for 
tho aald plaintiff to obtain a 
divorco from tho bonda of 
motrimeny from the aald 
dofondant, upon tho grounda of 
wilful doaortlon for mora than 
ono yoar. 

And an affidavit hovino boon 
modO and fllod thot tho 
dofondant ia not o roaidont of tho 
Stoto of VIroinia, the last 
known poat offico oddrtta 
boino, 1241 North Eoat 9th 
Avonuo, MIomi, Florido It la 
ordorod thot he do oppoor horo 
within 10 (ten) doya offer due 
publlcotion hereof, ond do whot 
moy bo necoaaory to protect hia 
Intereat In thia ault. 
A copy-Tette: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK. 
PhylMa N. Styroa, Ooputy Clerk 
Mr. Fred Aucomp,"Attornoy 
Moilbu Towera, 
3500 Virginia Booch Blvd., 
VIroinio Beoch, VIroinia 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In tho Clork'a Offico of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
VIroinio Booch, on the 3lat day 
of Auouat, 1971. 
Andrew Keith Emmlnlzer, 
Plaintiff, 
aoainat 



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Legal Notice 



VIRGINIA: Clork'a Offico of 
tho Circuit Court of ttw City of 
VIroinia Boach On tha 30th day 
af Auouat, 1971 

BILL REPKO, Complainant, 

va. 

BILL A REPKO, at al, 

Raapondont 

IN CHANCERY 
NUMBER 1SU2 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of thia ault to to 
offoct portition of cairtaln root 
oatato known oa Lot 24, Block 45 
aa ahown on plot entiled 
"Roaubdivtolon of Lota 23 thru 
27, Block 49, Arooena Villooo, 
Soction Nine, Part Three. 
Princoaa Anne County, Vo.", 
in the City of VIrolnIo Boach, 
Virginia; ond for other further 
ond oonoral relief; ond it op- 
poarino from offldovlta In duo 
form of law now fllod,' that tho 
oddroaa of the dofedont Vero B. 
Ropko ia unknown; ond thot 
there oro or may be portioa 
unknown Intoroated In tho 
aubject mottor of thia ault; 

It la Ordered that tho aold 
Vero B. Ropko ond portioa 
unknown do oppoor within 10 
days after due publlcotion of 
thia order in the VIrolnIo Booch 
Sun, nowapopor In oenorol 
circuiotlon in the City of 
Virglnio Boach, VIroinia. and 
do what may t* nocoMory to 
protact thoir intoreata herein. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
Phyltia N. Styroa D.C. 

Mr. L.B. Cox, Jr., Attorney 
303 Perry Bulldino, 
7510 Granby Street 
Norfolk, VIroinia 23509. 



Joon Borbora 
Defendant. 



Emmlnlzer 



* Leyol NoiK e 



ORDER OP PUBLICATION 
The obloet Of thto ault to for «w 
aald plamflff to abfam a divarea a 
monaa at thara on «w praund of 
daaarfton fa be lator margad into a 
divoroo vincuto matrimonii from 
tha aald d efe n d a nt, 
arauida af dHaflton 

And an alndavll 
mado and fHadBiaf Bw dafandtat to 
not a roaidonf af fiw ftala of 
virgmia. due dNiganei haa baan 
uHdby aran bolwif af tfw plaiiMtH 
to aacartain to witidi dfy 9t oar- 
iwraiian mv smnwaiw n. wnnowr 
affect. Int laat imawti paat affloa 
addroaa having baan 1011 Bngiiah 
Court. Vknpmto Baach, v»giiii a It to 
ardarad that aha da appaar hare 
wHhm 10 ( toi^ d a^ aftor due 
puMlcafton haraof. and do 
may ba naoaMary to 
mtoraat m «tto aun. 
A eopy-Taato: 

JOHN v. PBNTRHI, aBRK 
PhyHto N. Ityva Oaputy Oark. 
m. Ode H. Gay. Jr.. Mty. 
3171 Rh^ Road. 
Virgmto Baach. \^Ma 

0-13-4T 




ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of thia ault ia for 
the aald plaintiff to obtain a 
divorco a vinculo imatrlmonii 
from the aoid defehdent upon 
tho grounda of aoporatlon in 
excooa of two (2) yeora. pur- 
auont to aoction 20-91 (9) of the 
1990 Codo of Virginia, at 
amended 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant ia a nonreaident of 
tho Stoto of VIroinia, the last 
known poat office addreaa 
beino: 34 Buoil Street Batlvia, 
New York It ia ordered thot she 
do oppoor hero within 10 (ten) 
doya aftor due publication 
hereof, ond do what may be 
necoaaory to protoct hor in- 
tereat in thia ault. 
A copy-Toate: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By : J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
Horbor S. Raid, Jr. 
P. 0. 703 

VIrolnIo Booch, Va. 23456 

9-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of tho Cltv^ of 
VIroinio Beoch,on tho 25th day 

of Auguat, 1971. 

Mary C. Wllaon, Plaintiff, 

ago mat 

David Wllaon, Jr., Defendant. 

ORDER 

OF 

PUBLICATION 



D.C. 



VIRGINIA: ^ ^ «^ ^ 

m Iho Circuit Court Of iha aty Of 

Vkgmto Boach on iho 4»h day d 

R^BIUY SMITH 

CHY. COURT PAPERS 
NUMBER "m 

ORDER 
THIS CAUSR came an to 
ba'^ardbn the Potman of WILLIE 
MAB BAXTER, Order of 

wm^^n ^ WW ^wmvi# «nv wiv 

r^ matter ww afguad by eawwai. 
IT APPBARINO TO THB 

COURT Bid «w abava mdhHdiMi, 
BIUY MUTH. has baan 
fftom Nw aty K Vlrglnto 
H^^into, far a parted m 
af tiiwr^ (S) yaan. it to 



AOJUaOBD. ORDB RBp and 
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The object of thto ault is to 
obtain a divorco A Vinculo 
Motrimonii from the sold 
dofondant upon the grounds of 
two years contlnuoua 
aoporotton. 

And on affidavit having been 
mode and filed that tho 
dofondont la a non -roaidont of tho 
State ot'VlrolnIa the laat known 
poat offico addroaa being: co 
General Dliivory, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia not roaidont 
of tho State of VIroinia, it ia 
ordered thot ho 

do appear ten (ten) 

doya oftor ^ue publication 
hereof, end do what may be 
necoaaory to protoct hia in- 
tereat In thia ault. 
A copy-Toafo: JOHN V. 
FENTRBSS, CLERK 
By: Phyllto N. Styroa, D.C. 
Jamea k. MCKanry. 
1349 Laakin Road 
Virginia Boach, Virginia 

SPECIAL 

COMMISSIONER'S 
SALE 

Purauont to o decree of tho 
Circuit Court of tho City of 
Virginia Beech, witwod on the 
30lh day of Auguat, 1971. in the 
chancery cauae af City of 
Virginia Booch va. Mary A. 
Green, ot ato, therein pending, 
the undoralonVd, who waa 
thereby appointed for tho 
purHoe. will ¥Hvt ^ aala at 
publN\iuctlon an tho front at^a 
af the Court Houae of the obovo 
montlaned Court, at Princoaa 
Anno. VIroinio Beach. 
Virginia . on Fridoy, Sap 
tambar IB, 1971. at 12 o'ctock 
Naan. ttiat eartaln tot of lai^in 
aald City dealgnatH aa Lot 10 in 
Btock 3. an tha^ Plot of 
"Lal^lM"} aaM sale to be tor 
caali ta tho hHiim^ Udder. 

Pr^ B.Martin. 
^aelal^mmlMtonor 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In tho Clork'a Offico of tho 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of Auguat, 1971. 
Shirley Phliiipa Dowaon, 
Plaintiff, 
agolnat 

Haywood Sim Dowaon, Jr.. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this ault la for 
the said plaintiff to obtain o 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the told dofondont. upon 
tho grounda of doaortlon. 

And on affidavit having boon 
made and filed that tho 
dofondont ia not a roaidont of 
the State of Virginia, the loot 
known poat office addroaa 
being. 1312 Benltold Avenue, 
Newborn, North Carolina, It la 
ordered that he do appear horo 
within 10 (ten) doya after due 
publication hereof, end do what 

may bo necoaaory to protact hia 

Intereat In thia ault. 

A copy-Toate: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK. 

By: PHYLLIS N. STYRON, 

DEPUTY CLERK 

Mr. H. Calvin Spain, Attorney 

P. 0. Box 2241 
Virglnio Beach, Virginia 

9-2.4T 

COMMONWEALT^t Of 
VIRGINIA' 

in the Clork'a Offico of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virglnio Beach, on the 25th day 
of August, 1971. 
Waiter Andrew Thornhill, 
Plaintiff, 
againat 

Wanda Hope Thornhill. 
Dofondont 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Tho object of thia ault la to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
having lived aoparate end opart 
for moro than two yeora. 

And on affidavit having been 
made and filed that- 
due dllioonce haa 
been uaod by or in bohalf of the 
Complainant to aacartain in 
which county or corporation the 
defendant ia, without effect, the 
laat known poat offico addroaa 
baino: 3051/^ 14th Street, 
VIroinio Beach, VIroinia, not 
resMont of tho State of VIrolnIo, 
it Is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) doya otter 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be nocoaaary to 
protoct hor intereat in thia ault. 
A copy Toate: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS. CLERK 

By: PHYLLIS N. STYROS, 
DEPUTY CLERK 
Michael E. Bowermon 
2413 Pacific Ave. 
VIroinio Booch, VIroinia 

9.2-4T 



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Adeo Cofitri^^utad hf Jba Uhouetep 

VOTE 

McCLANAN 

SEPTEMBER 1401^ 

BRUCE MURPHY, CHRISTINE HENDfllX 
MoCLANAN CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE 
MEMBERS 



OOMMONWBALTHd 
VIRGINIA. 

in tho aork'a Off toe Of the CM'cult 
Court of tho aty of Virgmia Baach. 
on the idh day d Awgud. mi. 
Robert L. Dobba. Plaintiff, 
agatod 

Wlima Irene Dodda. Oafondant. 
ORDER (^PUBLICATION Z 

Theablaet af thto ault to ta ototom 
a divoreo a tmu at Btora. to be 
later m a r ee d into a dvereo a 
vincuto ma«rlmanH fram Bia aald 
defendant uponthe grounda d 
daoortton and abandonmpnt. 

And an affidavit having boon 
mado and fNod Ihd due dHigonce 
haa baan OMrctoadto ddarmmo the 
whoreabouta d the defendant, 
without offad, the lad known pod 
offtoe addraaa being: c-o Mrs. 
Lodto Scott Shipway, 4« Kennotti 
Rood, Virgmto Boach, Virgmto, it to 
ordorod iiat aho do appear horo 
wlthm tan (ten) daya aftor due 
puMtoatton herod, and do whd 
may be na c a aa a r y to protad her 
Interaot m thto ault. 
A copy-Toato: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. CLERK 
J. Curtto Fruit. Deputy. Ctork. 
Coffman li Coffnton, Attya. 
3M1 RIvor Road 
Vlromto Baach, Vi rginia ^^^ ^^,»-™v. •-^-^-i^^^, ^^'^^^j^^^'^.^^j^^' 

—— ^"^— ' oontammoiJiaacroaandanaraa thonco S17 dooraaa-sr-ST B, MMI 

COMiMONWEALTHd VIRGINIA toopproxlmato edge Of water d7J fad; thonoa 8» dagraaa- W-ITB, 

mthaaortCaOfftooofthaClrcutt aeroa, mora or toaa. ns.i7fad< Bidtoa Mi day 1-11*. 

Court d tha aty d Virgmia Boadi, Pared 01: "Big Bdl totond" 24"E. S42.1S faat; manca HI 

on tho Idh day d /^Wtot, 1971. comnNncmgatanddhnonnidm dagreoa-flS'-43"B. 4«.il faali 

Wlima Mary MHbum. Plaintiff. a duwy an Ihe aoMRio m ibto d thence U% dograaa- ir-BTIW. 

againd "Pormarty B. K. Slaana^' proparty t 

Curtoy toe MHbum. Ddendant. Btonca dang add line S73 < 




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3iS.04 tod; .' thonoo N34 . 
13'41"B. 231.29 fed; thonoo S74 
degroea-39'-3i"E, 240.02 feet; 
thence S44 dagrooa^4'.51"E, 3M J9 
SM dOB r oe * - s y-29"E. 



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VIRGINIA. 



COMMONWEALTH d 
VIRGINIA, 

in tf* aork'a Off too d the aroiit 
court d tho aty d N^rgMa Baodi. 
on the 7th day d July, 1971. 
Mil RorM. Plamiff, 
ooalnd 

Bill A Ra(M«o, Mont, d Ola, 
Ddondwt. 

ORMROF PUBLICATION 

The Object d thIa wMt la for the 
said compldnwnt to offoct a par- 
tition d certain real eatoto tawnwi 
as 9041 ttoyoood Road, Vtoglnto 
Beech, Vlromto. 

And on affidavit hovtio boon 
mado and fllod that one Ifto 
ddendant. vara B. Ropka to nd a 
raaldent d «io Stato d Vbgmia. 
and all roaaonabto afforto to tonto 
d no avoii, her pr a a o n t 
bamp unknown, it to or- 

hd d» da appear here 

wlthm 10 (ten) doya aftor duo 

puMlcatton herod, end do whd 

may be nocaiaary to protect har 

intaroat m thto ault. 

A capyTaato: 

JOHN V. PENTRBS, CLERK. 

Fhyllto N. ^yron Deputy. Ork 

ttr. L.|. cox, Jr., Afty. 

.^10 Orjonby St.. 

Nortdk. Vtof mto ssi 

0-3MT 

COMMPNWBAL THd 

VIRGINIA 

mnw aork^ Ofttoed me OroUt 
court d It* aty d N^gmia Baadi. 
an mo dh d^ d At«uat, hti. 
Ridiard M Grlmm, P^dnWf, 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 3r/l1"W,27.00fadtoapdntgnBw ai aa io Bppmiilmata artp if mitr 

Theobiectdttitoadttotoobtam aaatam ahera Nm d Back Bay, d 3S.SB acraa. tmr* 9r Mto. 

a dhtorce a vmcda mdrtmonN (a ww pebit bdno Bw pekH d Tka^wadaucktondaadalid 

find dhwrcodocree) from tho aald boomnmg; thonco S40 d o gr aa a W- or charged to Bw paWton to ONB 

ddondont upon Bto grounda d 30"E. 4S.00 feat; thence SOS HUNDRED SIX TMOUBANO 

crudtyonthepartdBwddondant. dagreaa-27'-49"8, 410.0B faat; AND OB-100 (tlBMiBJN 

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Members <^ Princess Anne F. 

0. P, lMJ» W this week 

presented three scholarships to 

«jrsduates oi h>cal high schools 

t^ho are r4«ndng on entering 

Cdlege tins monUi. 

Similar schdarships are 
awarded annually to deserving 
•Ott and/ or daughters (rf active 
y.O.P. members to asstet in the 
financtag <d their continuing 
education. 

'f' Those who received 
s^oiarships were Miss Cindy 
Sutton, daughter of L. 0. Sutton; 
Patricli J. Coffield, son of Dei 
H. J. Coffield; and Walter J. 
Moore, III, son ot Capt. W. J. 
Moore, Jr. 

Miss Sutton will be attendins 

Lynchburg General MarshaU 

^odge Hosdtal School of Nur- 

aing, Coffield is entering 

r Madison CoUege, Harrisonburg, 

'^B., while Moore will attend the 

t^irginia Beach Campus of 

tidewater Community College 

. 'Bec^ients of the scholarships 
#eres«Jected from a number of 
Applicants by the Scholarship 
Qemmittee composed of Cpt. G 
K. Bryan, R. L. Reid, and Sgt. C. 
S; Carlson. 

•^ach of the scholarships are " 
c<i4|lued at ISOO, and may tie used 
i|- any cdlege chosen by the 
^pients. 




THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1971 



Middleton Urges Highway Controls 



Incumbent Delegate B. R. 
Middleton will today urge e^ 
fectiv^ legislation designed to 
cut down (HI the niunbo' of 
traffic accidents. 

In remarks pr^iiared for a 
meeting at the home of Mrs. 
B.M. Cuthrell, Middleton an- 
nouce that, as a mvnber of the 
Roads and Internal Navigation 
Conunittee, he wUl press for 
passage of three key bills which 
will improve the accident 
situation. 

"Th«se bills have been 
presented before but wmt down 
to defeat • largely because the 
public outcry was not k>ud 
oiough to overl<te the legal 
fraternity which is very strong 



in the aiacmbly," he said. 

"It is common loiowlet^e that 
drunk Mvu§ and apeed are the 
diM culprits In the oariMge 
wtAch takM place on the hl^ 
miya of ttiU country. These 
three bills are aimed directly at 
Qie cutdwr. ThMe tluree bills 
when enacted will sharply 
curtail the deaths and 
mutUatlOT (d innocents by diose 
dual culprits • speed k drink." 

The bula are: 

1. ReductkH) of the bkwd 
tieduA content ftrom 0.11 to 0.10 
for conviction of Drunken 
driving. The facta about blood 
idcohd contoit In relation to 
^luik driving and fatal ac- 
ddenta are conclusive to any 



Bowerman Asks 
For Joint Effort 



Taking part in the F.O.P. Scholarship presentation are (I. to r.) Bryan, Miss Sutton, Reid, Coffield, Moore, and l^tton 



(photo by K.O. Chatham) 



! Drivers 
feminded 
If School 

:ileeves E. Johnson, chairman 
(^ the Virginia Beach Highway 
Safety Commission, has issued 
an urgent appeal to Virginia 
^ach drivers today for greater 
etiution during the ensuing 
months. 

"At no other time of the year," 
^^mson said, "are our very 
young children more vubierable 
(Q the dangers of the street 
^n in early fall, when in- 
creased play activity and the 
return to school go hand-in-hand 
in exposing the child to street 
traffic." 

"While we can technically lay 
"^Mrt of Uie blame for such 
deaths on the shoulders of the 
Ji^g pMle involved," he said, 
"the lions share of the 
responsilNlity must rest with the 
motorist. Immaturity and 
Irresponsibility are normal 
chil(tt)ood traits. The driver must 
realize-even expect-that^ such 
heedlessness sooner or later will 
send a child dashing into the 
paUi of his car. It Is his moral 
responsibility to be able to c(^e 
with this sutuation when it 
wriseB." 

The Virginia Beach Highway 
Safety Commission, which is 
knally sponsoring this month's 
program of traffic safety 
educatim, is cooperating with 
die Virginia Highway Safety 
Division in its emphasis on child 
safety. Public education efforts 
d the two groups are being 
coordinated in Virginia Beach 
by the Virginia Beach HighWay 
^fety Commission. 

"Although most of us dislike 
the idea of living by 'rules'," 
J<^son said, "the motorist with 
a conscience will want to heed 
the rules of safe driving that will 
protect our youngsters." "We 
^ould all drive," Johnson said, 
"as though every child we en- 
counter were our own. And— 
sAice they represent the fiiture 
of our country— they do belong 
to all of us!" 



School Consolidation Discussed By Guy 



Delegate Richard D. Guy, the 
Democratic nominee for State 
Senate, was an invited speaker 
at Tuesday evening's Save Our 
Neighborhood Schools meeting 
Iwld at Uie London Bridge Fire 
Department. Guy's main tO|ric 
was the controversial school 
district consolidation issue for 
busing purposes which has been 
mentioned by Norfolk officials, 
who have teen eying the 
Virginia Beach schools as a 
source of relief to their problem 
of exodusing taxpayers leaving 
Norfolk to live in surrounding 
cities. A portion of Guy's 
conmients on this issue follows. 

On the question of the con- 
solidation of the school districts 
of separate cities such as 
Virginia Beach and Norfolk, we 
have another instance of the 
complete failure of Mr. Caton to 
represent die interests of the 
people of Virginia Beach. House 
Bill 956, introduced at the 1970 
session of the General 
Assembly, had as its primary 
purpose the prohibition of the 
consolidating of school districts 
for the purpose of allowing 
busing betweoi such cities as 
Norfolk and Virginia Beadi. 



When the bill came up, Mr. 
Caton ignored the fact that the 
entire Black and White com- 
munities of Virginia Beach are 
very much opposed to busing 
between cities and he cast the 
vote that killed this bill. In the 
House most members agreed 
with my view that this bill was 
the proper way to establish the 
policy of the state and the best 
opportunity for the elected 
representatives of the people of 
Virgijiia to express the view of 
Virginians that all children 
shodd be allowed to attend 
school in their own city. The bill 
passed easily with only 3 
dissenting votes. In the Senate 
the bill ran into trouble and 
needed one more vote to pass. 
Mr. Caton refused to vote for the 
bill with the result that the vote 
against the bill was 19-18 and the 
st^nte had refu'^ed to take a stand 
against consolidation of school 
disU-icts. Mr. Caton's vote made 
the difference and has opened 
the door iw busing between 
cities! 

In the Richmond-Chesterfield 
County school consolidation 
case the question of state policy 
(m this question has been very 



Joycees 



(Continued from Pige 1) 



impose an executive 
moratorium on any busing 
initiated by any executive 
agency until the outcome of the 
proposed constitutional 
amendment can be determined. 
Warren said, "Jaycee President 
H. Jack Jennings, Jr. had 
written to the President en- 
dorsing Congressman 
Downing's request. 

It is most important Warren 
reiterated that the public write 
letters to Congressmen, 
especially Downing and 
Whitehurst urging passage ^ 
the amendment. Warren in- 
dicated he would provide 
assistance to anyone desiring 
information on how to write to 
congressmen or congressional 
committees. 

For this reason Warren said, 
"letters have been sent to all 
members of both the House aiul 
Senate Judiciary Committees by 
Jaycee President Jack Jennings 
urging prompt action in getting 
the resolutions to the floor for a 
vote. Public opinions may be the 




only thing which can force 
Judiciary committee action and 
citizens are therefore urged to 
make their feelings known to 
their local representatives and 
senators as well as to members 
of the Judiciary committes. 

The construction amending 
process requires that once a 
Joint resolution has been ap- 
proved by the House and Senate 
that the amendment then be 
approved by legislatures of ^4 of 
the states within a period of 
seven years. Normally an 
amendment would not take that 
long as in the case of the most 
recent amendment granting the 
right to vote to 18 year olds. 

Nevertheless, it could be some 
time before a constitutional 
amendment could effectively 
eliminate busing. Meanwhile it 
appears the busing will continue 
thus threatening the health and 
welfare of sdiool children and at 
the same time degenerating our 
system of quality education. 

This busUiess of busing sub- 
jects children to undue risk in 
being bused all over town and is 
some areas being required to 
change busses one or more 
times. One of the most tragic 
things about it Warren pointed 
out is the significant amount of 
time which busing takes out of a 
childs normal daily routine. 
Time which might otherwise be 
used for recreation or study. 

Of course there is also the 
anxiety which is created among 
parents and the undue financial 
hardship which are imposed on 
families in areas where they are 
required to pay for busmg. In 
other areas the financial hard- 
ships fall cm the municipality; 
bardships which must 
'ultimately be eased by higher 
tax dollar. 



much in issue during recent 
days and the Judge has before 
him the fact that the General 
Assembly, because of Mr. 
Caton's vote,- refused to 
establish a policy in opposition 
to the consolidation of the 
schools of 2 or more cities. 

If busing is ordered between 
Richmond and Chesterfield, and 
indications i^eem to be that it 
will, there will undoubtedly be 
those in Norfolk who will im- 
mediately apply to the Federal 
Court asking the busing of Black 
and White Virginia Beach 
children to Norfolk be required. 
If this happens, the people of 
Virginia Beach will have Mr. 
Caton to "thank". 

I certainly recommend that 
the laws as they are interpreted 
be the Courts be fully supported 
by the people of Virginia Beach. 
At the same time, all who are 
interested in seeing^ that 
Virginia Beach childr^ attend 
only Virginia Beach schools 
should support efforts to amend 

Beach 
Fisherman 
Drowns 

The body of a Virginia Beach 
man was found floating In surf 
along the North Carolina Coast, 
a short distance south of the 
Virginia border, Monday nlf^t 
after vanishing about 24 hours 
earlier. 

Police identified him as- 
Luther T. Hubbard, 39, of 
Bassett Avenue. 

Officials quoted Hubbard's 
son Michael with saying his 
father took an outboard boat 
some 300 yards offshore, in the 
Atlantic Ocean west of the False 
Capes, about 10.30 p.m. Sunday 
night to set fishing nets. 

Young Michael, who remained 
on shore, is quoted with saying 
he suddenly heard his father call 
for help. He summoned a friend, 
Charles Robertson, who swam 
out to assist Hubbard. 

When Rol»rtson reached ttje 
boat, which was circling about 
an impromtu anchor, he failed 
to see any sign of Hubbard. 

An immediate search was 
launched for Hubbard involving 
Coast Guard units, Game 
Wardens, Virginia Beach police, 
the resort city's larger police . 
boat and volunteers. 

The search continued 
throughout Sunday night and 
Monday without any sign of 
Hubbard, and was still in 
progress when the body was 
discovered Monday night. 



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the Federal Constitution so as to 
protect the Inte^lty of our City 
boundary lines and the health, 
welfare and quality of educatitm 
of all our children by pr(dilbitlng 
busing from one city to anotho*. 

Columnist 
Will Speak 

James L. Kilpatrick, who 
served as editor of the Rich- 
mond News Leader for 18 years, 
will address the 47th Annual Fall 
Business Conference of the 
Mary land -District of ColumUa 
Utilities Association to be held 
September 10 and 11 at the 
Cavalier and Americano Hotels. 

Kilpatrick, now a columnist 
for the Washington Star Syn- 
dicate and a television news 
analyst, has chosen for his 
subject, "View From Capitol 
Hill." 

Other speakers and their 
subjects are as follows: 

Joseph W. Barr, president of 
the American Security and 
Trust Company, Washington, 
D.C., will speak on "The 
General Economic OutlocriK." 
Barr is former Secretary of the 
Treasury. 

IH*. Henry R. Linden, Dlrectw 
of Institute of Gas Technology, 
Chicago, Illinois, will discuss "A 
Reassessment of the Energy 
Supply and Demand Situation." 
He has authored 120 publlcadms 
and patents in the fuel 
technology field, and has 
received several awards for his 
technical work. 

The fourth speaker will be 
Stephen E. Upton, vice 
president, consumer Services 
Divialon of Whirlpool Cor- 
poration, St. Joseph, Missouri. 
The tide of his talk will be "A 
Manufacturer's Approach to 
Consumerism. Prior to Joining 
Whirlpool, Upton was affiliated 
with Industrial Rubber Goods 
Company of St. Joseph, Missouri 
and Morley Brothers of 
Saginaw, Michigan. 

The Associatim for many 
years has heU its annual faU 
meetings at Virginia Beach. It 
was orgairized in 19^ for the 
purpose of exchanging ideas of 
interest and is compMed of 
representatives of public 
utilides fr<»n Maryland and the 
District of Columbia. 

About 450 members and 
guests are e]q>ectKi to attend. 



"One thing Is becoming quite 
clear as the dispute over ttie 
False Cape State Park area 
Increases," Independent 
Democratic Candidate for the 
House of Delegates, Michael E. 
Bowerman told the Sun 
Tuesday, "to achieve a 
workable solution which 
benefits the citizens of Virginia 
Beach equally will require a 
Joint conference between the 
officials of the Virginia State 
Park Department and the 
Federal Wildlife Service, 
coupled with the continuing 
coop«>atlon of these and other 
governmental bodies," 

"While I wholeheartedly 
suppwt the theory bdiind False 
Cape State Park, the decision <a 
the State Park DqMulment to 
(voceed the acquisition of the 
land before insuring adequate 
access to pe<q)le using the park 
is as ill-considered as are the 
suggestions for a tvidge or 
monm-all across Back Bay," he 
said. 

"The decision of the Federal 
WUdUfe Service to close the 
beach to traffic in the Back Bay 
Wildlife Refuge appears to be 
based on two things. First, 
vehicle damage to the beach and 
dune line, and also en- 
vironmental disruption of the / 
wildlife in the refuge area. 
Neither objection is in- 
surmountable. A limited access 
roadway through the refuge, 
k)cated Just behind the dune 
line, would appear to be the best 
solution. Such a road would 
permit access to the False Cape 
area without damage to &e 
beach or dune line, and without 
undue diiruption of the refuge 
area. The refuge is not 

ElmarUy a netting vu. It is 
slctlly a wlntwlng arei for 
migratory water fowl, although 
various types of non^nigratofy 
wildlife do make their horoM 
there. 

"Aamiming flie terms of such 
an access road can be worked 
(wt, the False Cape State Park 
concept promises to i»x>vlde the 
petq^le of Virglnta Beach and 
surrounding nreas with a con- 
tinuing source of outdoor ac- 
tivity and recreatitm, while at 

Local Men 
LUTC Trainees 

Two Vlrgtiria Beach men, 
Jerry Heath and Albert Atkins, 
have received cnHfleates for 
C(Mnpletlng the first half of a 
comiv^nsive course in life 
insurance saleamanshlp offered 
by the Life Underwriter 
TrahUt^f Council. 

Heath and Atkins have 
represented Southwestern 
General Life Insurance Com- 
pany in the peator Norf dk area 
skice 1967. 



the same time ■ pioviding 
protection for a very unique wild 
wea. Controlled public loage, 
such as Is permitted in the 
SeadMre State Park area at 
prnent, is In no way in- 
consistent with preaervation of 
the natiffal beai^ of the area. 
Formation of the State Park will 
prevent this area from 
becoming a playground for 
private intereata. Let us not 
permit our dtisena to be then 
deprived of its use by 
bureaucratic disagreement." 

Chesapeake 

College Is 
Registering 

Chesapeake College studoite 
about 30 percent of which are 
Beach resldente, may begin pre- 
sdieduling their classes for the 
fall semestery, registrar Luther 
9iipman said today. 

Although registration of- 
ficially takes place in the middle 
of September, Sbipman 
suggested studoito (»uld hmef it 
by enrolling and scheduling 
early. 

We can give the studenta 
mwe time now to discuss their 
goals and the claaaea that will 
help them achieve thoae goals," 
he said. 

T«TOlng the extra time of- 
fered through the early 
scheduling snd enrolling 
sessions an outgrowth of 
Chesapeake's program of 
peramalised education on a 
small college campus, Shipman 
revealed tiiat many returning 
studenta are already stopping by 
to take advantage trf Uie op- 
portunity. 

Othw Mudmts idw are un- 
decided about attending collie 
also are Invited to vidt the 
Cedar Road campus for 
discussions with the reglsbrar 
and otho* college officials. 



who will look at them, 
(elaborate) 

2. Legalisation of the 
"breatholator." The 
breatholator Is a tool inr the 
ai^r^enslon of drunk drivers 
which Is In the hands of about 
ninety' percmt of the states. It 
should be used in Virglnta. 

S. Utllisatlen of "vaaear." 
Vascar is an ivory soap pure 
system for apprehmdliu and 
omvictlng the qieedlitg mivir. 
It hasNbem proven that speed is a 
menace to every hi^way uss^. 
Tlie coddling of "speedars" 
must be stepped. I suqtect Uiat 
the legal fraternity will loudly 
decry this bill- but soft blUs 
irtiich help pad Uw lawyers 
pockettMoks are inescusabto. 

"Tliose vriw seek to refvesent 
the city of Va. Beach dwukl 
declare diemselves on flwie 
three issues. The citlnns ot our 
city (teeerved to know bow their 
chosen r^i>cesentatlve8. will 
stand. Whether Highwavsafety 
is an empty phrase tb IfiMn 9e 
ulieUier Uiey are ready to back 
the hard line on Highway 
killers." 

Mute 

(Continued A-om Ps^e 2^ 

knowledge of the proceedings. 

Althoi«h this was a highly 
unusual method of completing a 
trial It a^Murently was very 
efMctive. 

Judge P.B. White rendered 
the decision the preliminary 
hearing renilted in die finding (tf 
probable cause and ordered 
Painter bound over to a Circuit 
Court grand Jury m the diages 
of malidMis asuuit and anmd 
robbery. 



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A City Manager Whose Ideas Were Way 




►* By R. J. PhiUipa 

CouncUman G«orgt F«rrtU 
recently quii^Md at i councU 
Oieetii^ "Up until a couide of 
yeari ago I never heard oi Qie 
word ecolpgy. Now it aeema like 
that'i aU I hear." 

And he is right. Ecology, or 
the awareness of it, la a 
relatively modem issue. 

But one man was a leador fai 
«:Ql<H{y, poliutkMi fl^M>, loof 
hefore anyone was ^ily awwt 
of the impact it would ha^ m 
the future of Virginia Beach, or 
the world. 

Bac)( in the early 1960's, whan 
W. Russell Hatchett was Town 
Manager (Virgtaiia Beach 
then a Town), Fort Story 
planning an expansion of Itl 
facilities and the plans called lot 
dumping raw sewage into tht 
Atlantic Ocean. The base at ^biA 
time was consideraUy mora 
populated then it is today. 

Hatchett rose up in arms and 



plMded with Army of^Hids not 
to ^w Mch a thing to luii^Mm. 
His idMs fell on dMf aurs; <rf« 
ficiau contmded the outflow 
would not affect tht Town (rf 
Virginia Beach, some four milM 
domi the baadi fnnn Fort Story. 
Undaunted, the scrappy 
manager went straight to 
Washington, to the ^nta^, 
md again {daatM his eaaa. And 




HateiMtt at W 



he won. Ti» Army not only 
provided lines to the Town's 
nwage plant, it advanced funds 
for an eiqMnsion of the facility. 
"When I saw in the Sun about 

Virginia Beach having the 
deanest watw, I reaUy felt good 
iR^de," Hatchett said in an 
interview last weelc. "Just think 
what we'd be faced with today if 
ttki Aimy had allowed that to 
iMpwj." 

«Kh is the man the City of 
V^ginia Beach will honor 
Monday with a W. RusseU 
Hatdiett Day.. .a man who was 
fDini Manager when the resort 
ma barely budding on the 
Atlantic coastline; a man who 
iras City Manager when little 
sIHrginia Beach (the present 
leach Borough) itierged with 
qirawling Princess Anne County 
(the ottier six boroughs) to form 
the World's Urgest Resort City.' 

Hatchett is one of those 
"unfortunate" men whose ideas 



.are ahead of the times; un* 
fortunate because of the 
frustrations caused by an 
apathetic public, unfortunate 
because of the fighting required 
to make one forward step. 

But he made many forward 
steps in his years as manager, 
each well wortii the painful stei» 
backward forced upon him when 
he hit a brick wall of lack of 
interest. 

Hatchett's struggle to 
Mtablish a state>wide junior 
college educational program is a 
prime example of his 
foresightedness. And his 
frustration. 

As early as 1960, nlwn the 
community college system was 
non-exiktant, Hatchett was 
pushing for Virginia to lead the 
way in a two*year junior college 
program designed to ease the 
enroUmmt burden he foresaw at 
major institutions. 

His idea was to strategically 
locate these colleges throughout 



the state tor freshman and 
sophomore classM only. The 
major colleges would handle 
nothing but junior and senior 
enrollment. 

In an interview with thli 
writer In February, 1980, Hat- 
chett said: '"nils would provide 
better educational facilities and 
avoid overcrowded conditions. 
Another advantage would be 
that we could keep the 
youngsters at home for another 
couple of years, This would be a 
help hi many social problems." 

He hoped to see the progmn 
darted right here in Virginia 
Beach; at least in Virginia. 
Eventually he hoped it would 
take hold throughout the 
country. 

Not content to just dream 
about the possibility, Hatchett 
took his idea to state officials, 
even to Senator John F. Kmi- 
nedy. In a letter to the late 
president, dated Novmiber 7, 
1960, just prior to his election to 




the iM-esidcncy. HirtdMtt silted 
that Kennedy "give some 
thought to a sUidy of iniys and 
means of develoi^ a two-year 
college system all across our 
land." 

His plea to state offidids went 
unheeded; his letter to Kennedy 



went unadnowlaclgad. "It WM 
sent right in the heat of tlia 
alectfam," Hatchett theoriHa. 
"fU always think It joat (ttdn't 
mch him beoiuao It reaUy was 
wdiaracteristic of the roan not 
la respond bi ai^ nyuuw." 

In recent yean HatclMtt's 
JuniiH' collie idea has become a 
nality. The opening of a 
Community College Ctempua In 
Virginia Beach la truly Qm 
rMlizatlm) of a dream. But ttia 
Idea aa bnidomntad is a f « cry 
from what he had in mhid and 
kas not served mm ^ the nMn 
purposes, the alleviation of 
overcrowded major collides. 

"By keeping the first two 
yean in the larger schoola, m 
Uiey have always dme, it means 
that they are more crowded thm 
ever and that more and rumw 
schools are needed," Hatchett 
said. "If they had only spUt It, u 
I suggested, it would have been 
so simple." 

Hatdiett waa the flnt man in 



Vhrginia,Mariti!ytefl»VA,to 
auMSit tha emmmH^ mm 
fl^. Hi WM OM at tt»#it ts 
public^ aaak Md «i4im iirt> 
mutual bat^. Hi mv teftit 
rad^t of the Omi t. 
Borland AeeemplltknMt 
Award, the Wme^lm Roadi 
Sanitation Cofflmlaitos'i- 
raeognitien ta pettvttm 
fi|htan.,.iiiiradMMlWil^if 
bear cani «l! m bucHw Mi 
out ol the watanMm AM MOM 
people stm tfHewa^br ea& 
him "Bear C^" Ifatfliii. 

Ibalsohoki»«liattobiliM«d 
to be a record bl ^ «!• 
minlatntion...ha hai tirvfd aa 
oomi^irtomnr of ramiya, d^ 
traaMuw nd dty mm^ar. 
Uttla wonder that ha te 
frequently sou^t as • Quaker 
to munidpal groivai Few nm 
have handlad ao miuqr UNU of 
municipal adminlirtriiloe. 

This experience has, of 
course, been moat baMfldal to 
(ContiiiM^ on P^i 5) 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



Semng The City Of Firgmia Beadi 



4eth YEAR.-NO. 36 



CITY^F VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THU1I8DAY, SEPTEMBER % 1971 



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lOCENTi 



Plane Lands 
Near Church 



A flight instructor and his 
student pik>t escaped injury 
when their single engine 
training aircraft made a forced 
landing In a soybean field on the 
Smith Farm about 9:30 a.m. 
Wednesday. 

The instructor was identified 
as Robert P. Luke, 24, of Baker 
Road, Virginia Beach, and the 
student was identified as Fred 
Popua, South Fir Avenue, also 
r^Mlnia Beach. 
. >N^ ^ane was a IMeohei^ 

^eteer, owned by Piedmont 
V 6tion, Inc. of Norfolk 

"" ofltjal Airport, 
s «Jj^_jaid the inddmt oc- 
cft**^i^ortly aftw take-off 
frotti %fe 'Airport on an in- 
structional flight. 

He said "Right after takeoff 
we were In the traffic pattern as 
I was giving a lesson to a student 
pilot, we climbed to an altitiMie 
of 400 feet." 

"Starting our turn we ex- 
perienced a total engine faUure. 
We were alreai^ at the glide 
speed we wanted. I just main- 
tained that speed while I 
analyzed the situation." 

"Mter attempting to restart 
the engine, which failed," Luke 
said, "we just glided to a safe 
landing In the field." 

Die landing site was about 100 
yards from the apartment 
complex where Luke resklra. He 
flaid "I ran to my house and used 
the i^ne to summon help." 

Fire fighting and rescue squad 
equipment and men from the 
KempsvlUe, Davis Comer and 
Chesapeake Beach volunteer 
units, as well as Virginia Brach 



PaiicMindihe Regional Airport 
Reseue Squad, were on the 
scene within minutes. 

Their services were not 
required, however, shice the- 
plane did not catch fire nor wei'e 
either Luke m Popa injured. 

liUke said aircraft mechanic 
inspected the plane and the only 
damage appeared to be that 
which caused the initial ei^a 
failure. 

li^e said the plane wMto#ed 
to th# WMN|MI AflW MMMBM 
Church, about SOO yflrds from 
where the craft oime down, for 
loading onto a flatbed Watk. 

According to Uiln, thfei was 
the eJ|^ inaUaictioMl aaaaton 
for Popaa, whid) was le teve 
consisted of "touch and go" 
instructiM) in making iandhiga. 
l^ke said that he fdt, despite 
this experience, Popua yiwiid 
return at a ratter distant date 
for additional training....about 
1980. 



HATCHETT DAY 

The W. Rassdl Hatchett 
Virginia Beach Munlelpal GoU 
Coarse at Red Whig Park witt 
offlclaliy be dedicated to this 
city's first city manager 
Monday at 4 :30 p.m. during W. 
Russell Hatchett Day 
ceremonial at Red Wing. Hm 
Golf course honors Mr. 
Hatchett's "untlrtaig efforts 
and boundleu enthuslasBi for 
the advancement of the City of 
Vta-glnia Beach." The public Is 
cordlaUy hivlted to att«id the 
eeremonte. 



Five Rescued From Cruiser; 
Man Arrested For 'Salvaging' 




City Welcomes 
1,300 Officials 



Five pe<9le wov naciwd 
from waters d the AUantic 
Ocean Monday afternoon after 
their cabin (Tuis«' ^rudc a 
submerged piling and aank 
sevoral himdrod yards fil ttie 
Beach B<Ht>u|^ diore Une. 

Thoae on board wen l(toi- 
tifled as John M. McCUntock. 42, 
of Holgata C^raacent, own«- oi 
the 36-fjot "Easy Rider"; his 
wtfe Nam:y; ttieir niaca Siuin 
McQintock, d Jismiam, Pa.; 
aad^ two vlaltan from PliUa., 



Pa., ^san Brody and Mechdle 
Schinpf. 

Thomas D. Swain, of 
Eklgewood C<Hirt, fMUng ttma 
the wooden Virginia Beach 
fishing ^« at ttia time wit- 
mssed the inddoit and played 
an important role in the rescue 
of ttwM Ml board the Ea^ 
Rider. 

Swab) said h» saw tlw oniaer 
"approadih^ out of ttie n«^ 
with two gkla dttii^ on Uie 



Beautiful TrsmquOity 

This photograph of pine tareea by Sun Women'a Editor Helen Criat la not only ex- 
ce^lonal In its perfecUon, It is symbolic of the natwal beauty (rf Vli^lnla Beach. It 
ei^reiaet the ^anquUlty of the city's acres of woodlands and fioMa, ao often ovw- 
ahadowed by the hustle and bustle of the commercial districts of boanttful Virginia 
Beach, a resort of varied wMltt. . 



Residents Continue Sewage Fight 




'*tew Mdv" iWb MV 



My Lm L^igh 

RnUants of the llialia area of 
Virginia Boach "rose up In 
unm" tttis week as a three year 

ttle CMitlnuas with City of- 
flelals to obtain assistance in 
teir fight against stench, yards 
flUad with saepags from septic 
%sia, and aawage backim up 
tatohonMs. 

SattM n^tulack, a Thalia 
Srtva fNlitent faoed with thesr 
ireblaaM.says he and hto neigh- 
lert began negotiations witti the 
O^ in ItW to have the area 
Mted wiOi the aty sewage 
milara birt ttia ftf have not 
waalvad any cooperatlooa. 

pTytttlaek says ttie areas 
vhteh aN involved in the 
■«|la» hKhNM Ttetta Aerae, 
ttMlta Pdnt, Lynn Shores, 
flMlla ShorM and Thalia 



Basically the problems 

centers around the area no 
longer being able to handle the 
continual build v^ of waste from 
homes which are being served 
by s^tic taidu, and acconiing 
to Fty tulack cmnection with the 
aty s Mwage system appears to 
be the only solution. 

He said the situation has 
reached the pdnt wlwre "Mac 
Owens (City Santarian Health 
Officer) has toM City Council 
the "niaiia Shrnvs area ii a health 
hasard without sewage Unas." 

b) eitti« soiM of the pnblems 
he and bh famify «« f^ri wltti 
Pi^hilaek pdnM to rfwpage 
from Mplic tanks sa^att^ Oio 
grotmd and ^iMMtl^ haaltti 
problama, threi«h puddles of 
saa pap Mcumulatt^ In tto 
)«rd itf Ms hoBM. ife said "I 
«oiddn't staM tta odor, ar tf» 



sight of the seepage, so I Just 
covered it up by hauling in loads 
oi top soil to cover the seepage," 

He said he has also Jdned 
other resident (4 the area in 
constructing "make-shift 
dams" around their prc^rty to 
prevent the overflow d seepage 
from spreading Into neighboni 
yards. 

He said the situation has now 
reached the pnnt "the ground is 
so saturated that seepage has 
rhan to witMn inches of the 
pmuids surface 

PryUilack added the sihiatlon 
bocwnes rather critical during 
periods of heavy rains when 
^ftf "muit space showen and 
flwh toilets periodically 
bwause d throwing heavy loadN 
onto wtptk tanks." 

A Thalia Mve nel^lbor 9t 

Pry tulack, Mrs. Virginia 

teMiett, s^^ bar fw^ Is 

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faced widi similar problems. 
She says "You can't open 
windows becauaa d ttw otai." 

saie pdnisd out famUlaa of the 
area have eonnaetad hMaa to 
their washing nMeUaM ._ 
divert water ttom the machiaaa 
away frtan thefr sqitic tada 
into roaibide dltel^, or into 
flower prden b«ia. Sie addai 
"comes a rainy spell a lot oi 
peqjile go to tiw lauKtoy to do 
thefr wash." 

Several residents have era- 
ployed the use d "dry wells" to 
alteviate dwir ^(Morm aa a 
result of not tMlng cwnoelai 
witti the aty sewi^ s^ton. 
One d these k Un Juadta 
Webb, residing on Pinetrof 
Road. 

She says tMs VM doM at 
personal exponoe. wMeli 

(C^tkued ofl fm ^) 



Tht reaort dty will play host 
to an eatimatod 1300 dected and 
«!^[^»3rativto{Qeials of cities, 
towns, and coimtiea arriving hi 
Virgbiia Beach tMs Sunday lor 
the 6ttfa Annual Convention of 
the Virginia Mufiicipal League 
and afflUated organizations. 

The conventicm will feature 
•ddreaacs by a number of 
nationally prominent 
dlgnat«ries, InistaMa saadona, 
and entertainment d delagatei 
and thair fflvea wMe^l^ b«e^ 

Shaffran 
To Speak 

Saturday 

Thtt Virginia Beach Young 
RepubUcam will host the faU 
board nweting d the Virgida 
FederoUon of Young 
Republicans tUa week-^id. 

HighUght of the 2-day meetli^ 
will bo a iqwech 1^ George 
l^affran, the Republican 
candidate for lieutenant 
governor. He will be die Iw- 
cheon apeaker Sabirday at the 
Black Angus Restaurant. 

Hie lunchetm will follow the 
first meeting of the board 
Saturday moroing from 9 to 
11:30 at the Hilton Washington 
Old) Inn. Rogisbration will be 
heki at the Inn Friday from 8 
p.m. to midnight. The secmd 
meeting is scheduled Saturday 
from 4 to s p.m. 

Also planned Saturday is a 
Tues. caravan to Uie opening of 
Joe Canada's campaign 
headquarlers at London &idge 
from 2 to 3 p.m. Canada is ^ 
Republican candidate for 
ViqMnia Beach's one seat in the 
State Senate. 

Main social for the meeting 
will be an "Elephant Stcunp" 
Sabjrday night at Sir Richard's 
Nb HouK on Atlanbc Avenue. 
Muaic will be provided by the 
SooBda of Silence. All interested 
voters, as well as young 
Republicans, are Invited to 
attend. 

The meeting will adjourn 
Sunday at nom fdlOM^i^ a 
Prayer Breakfaat from 10 to 11 
a.m. at the Copper KetHa 
RaatomMt. 





desi^ied^to "Icquahit thoaa at- 
tending the cmivmtion with the 
atfrlbutaa which load VUrgbda 
Beach to be known aa ttw 
"Worhl'a Urgeat Roaort aty.'* 
The threo-day affair g«to 
und<frway Sunday with a 
tivities dea^pied to make 
vention dda^tsa feel at 
the resort dty. Ragtotratkm 
begin at 10 a.m. at tte CavaUi 
Hotel, whtob tMk 
designated as "ConvVi 



A reoqitlon for ddagataa and 
thefr wivea will bo staged by ttw 
City at 5.30 p.m. at the Vfrgida 
Beach Civic Centor, during 
which those attending the 
convention will be given thefr 
first opportudty to mod a 
mimber d Vfrghiia ^idi of- 
fldals. 

Mayor Donald H. Bhodsa wlB 
offidaUy weletme dalogatas to 
^lYinia BMch at a 7 p.m. , 
dlnna- at ttie (^vie Cnter, 
Second DiatrietCd^raaMnan 6. ^ 
William WMtdiurst will daUvar 
a few r«nariu aa ha tattroilhiMa 
the featured spoakor. Eira 
Solomim, a member of 
Preddent Ridiard M. Nixon'a 
CouncU of Ecooonle Advlaen, 
will ddiver the mda wUfraaa, 
Solomon played a k^ role to ttw 
<frafting d n^^tent Ninn'a , 
rocwt calUag for a W day wage 
and price freim. 

Momiay's bu^nna sesakm 
wiU be highlighted by a lunebaon 
acMrew by See. Harokl E^ 
Higlm, D. Iowa, uriio haa roeent 
mmtion aa a prorahieat ooe- 
tendor for the Domocratle 
prea^eittid nomination. 

WhUe ddagataa are attending 
afternoon buaineaa aasaioM, 
marked by addressw bf Stirta 
Atttan^ Gewral ^Mfrtw P. 
Miller and former Vfrglnla 
Beach Qty Attorney Harry T. 
MarshaU, thdr ladloa wlU bo 
treated to a "skyUna onilao" 
aboard the party boate "Soa 
Robin II" and "Hm Big D" 
cruising shttroline walan bM- 
vram the Lyiuaha^n mmI l^dao 
Inlds. 

(tae d ttw mato aedal evenia 
d ttw amvm^NS will be "a 
caaual baadi party and ^»k- 
oufbegtaid^atlBon. Itao^ 
evanhig at 'IRw Nanowa" irt 
ttw end or Mth Sfra^ nw irfhlr 
will fmt»a9 1 manu to^tadBi M 
poundto irf fM, IMO rttika and 
fesnttaMdonftloJt) 

Healqiiarters Opini 

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toa^vwton iattftey al- 



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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. 1971 



;^'■'??*?^J" Thalia 



RiMM Nttidtmaii Tiabot Dlckion rf corti namti of thwe rwcued from itaktag cabin 
erHyar ariir thty reaehad tha baach. 



Boofers 



(^ntiniMd/^offlA0ti^ 



eabin, and I bag an waving thtrn 
■way eram tha pir." 

"Wban thay cama around tht 
cndofthaplarliMarda'bun- 
aaW rip' and I knaw thty hit tht 

"I ran to tht othw ildt of tht 
pMi'and law two girii In ttit 
watar floating. I ran to tha pltr 
ofHflt and told a lady to caU tht 



guards Jumptd off tht pitr,. I 
thrtw floaU to thtrn in tht wattr 
and thty swam out to tht cruistr 
which was alrtady sinking." 

"A small pltasurt boat camt 
by as tht guards rtachtd tht 
ptoplt. Tht guards titd 
tvtrybody togtthtr on a raft and 
tht boat towtd thtm to short." 



poHet.thanrantothtbtachand "mt Itftguards who jumptd 

cafna back onto tha pitr with lift ffom tht pitr wtrt Identifitd as 

guaids." Otorgt Ktvillt and Rob Han- 

"Thoia who had btan in tht cktl. Thty wtrt assisttd by 
bm wtrt now in a lift raft. Tht 



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MJOY THi COOD Ufi 

Suprtmt Stefeed Cuitint 
AL'OaHANIS,^ 
Monday thru Soturdoy 1:30 p.m. 
Starting Juna |9th 

AH mtft* trtAt w4\ •««n«ft4 

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anothtr lift guard Lta Foattr 
who swam to tht wrtcka^ from 
tht btach. 

Polict officials said thty 
chu-gtd 45-ytar-old Charles 0. 
Ptal with grand larceny of the 
Easy Ridtr Monday night after 
ht allegedly took a boat out to 
the scene of the wreckage, about 
13S feet off the fishing pier, and 
towed the remains to his J¥in> 
ston Salem home. Officials 
quoted him with saying he took 
the action under marine salvage 
laws. 

MInesses To Meet 

More than 1000 persons are 
expected to attend a three-day 
training conference for 
ministers of Jehovah's Wt- 
nesses in Newport News Sep- 
tember 10-f2. 

Earl H. Jacobs, III, overseer 
of the Virginia Beach 
Congregation, said the Wat- 
chtower Society of Brooklyn, 
New York Schedules three 
seminars a year to group-train 
ministers tocaled in Eastern 
Virginia. In early July, mem- 
ben of the local unit traveled to 
Greenboro, North Carolina to 
attend a five-day district con- 
ftrence. 



Sondbridge 

A Joint Investigation by 
Virginia Beach Police and 
Alcoholic Beverag'e ConTroI 
Board investigators was 
culminated Sunday night with 
the arrest of 22 men and womoi. 
•nd the conf IscaUon of gambling 
paraphenella, at "Gary's 
Place" in Sandbrldgt. 

Authorities said th^ have 
charged Francis G. Harris, 69. 
charged with possession of 
alcoholic beverages on premises 
where ref re^unents are sold for 
consumption without being 
licensed to do so. 

Invest^ators said whm they 
entered Uie building they fowid 
people in sevwal front rooms of 
the building, and found several 
packs of playing cards and a 
small roulette whttl. 

According to police ClUford E. 
James, 39, Thurston Road, 
Richmond, was diarged with 
frequenting a disordHrly house 
and disorderly conduct; 
while Harless G. Martin,. 35, 
Washwood, Sandbridge, and 
Frank R. Wilson, 51. Capital HiU 
Lane were both charged with 
frequenting a disorderly house 
and gamlding. 

Others who were arrested, 
and according to police were 
charged with frequenting a 
disorderly house, were iden- 
tified as John M. Balltski, 38, 
Runford Lane; Anne C. Proctor, 
25, Crimson Holly Lane; 
Rosanne P. Andrews, 23, Sin- 
clair Street, Norfolk; Linda A. 
Brown, 29, Salem Road; William 
A. Brown, Jr., 31, Salem Road; 
Frank M. I^roctor, 28, Crimsm 
Holly Lane; Richard C. 
Neuperp, 34, Alma Drive, 
N<»folk; Margaret P. James, 24, 
KempsvlUe Road, Norfolk; 
William A. James, Jr.. 24, 
Kempsville Road. Norfolk; 
Melva R. Gwin. 24, CromweU 
Avenue. Chesapeake; James R. 
Gwin, 26, Cromwell Avenue, 
Chesapeake; Shirley H. James, 
39*, Thurstan Road, Ridimoml; 
Kathleen 0. SpniiU, 54. 26th 
Street; Jewel C. Rowland. 45. 
Lake Drive; Madeleine H. 
Rowland, 49. Lake Mve; Dolan 
E. Jordan, 39, Owwan Avmua, 
Chesape^e; Melvin J. Price. 
41, Thurston Road. Ridunond 
and Jean T. F. Price. 37. 
Thurston Road, Ridunond. 

Each of the accused was 
released on bond pendbig future 
court intweedlags. 



averages IISO to ndb per well 
even though "well installen tell 
m this may not sdve the 
prelum." 
Mrs. Webb also said "The 



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proper^ owner and CSty of- 
ficials. 

He says ste{tt have been^taken 
to bring more sections oi tha 
resort city into the Oty 's sewaga 



spetic tanl( peoj^e will come out system. One of these occurred in 
and clean the tanks but tell us February when according to 



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we wlU have the same problem 
when we start wing our washing 
machines." 

She says her yard has 
"wet spots just like everyone 
else" as a mult of the continual 
rising or seepage frmn septic 
tanks, and "you have cMldren 
and pets running through the 
seepage bringing it into the 
houM." As a result of UUs she 
has become very concerned 
over the situation presenting a 
health problem to her family. 

This concern was also shared 
by Mrs. Bennett. She said the 




Tennis Ball Musicmakers 



Advocates Joint 
Use Of Oceono 



Mayor Rhodes "Council passed 

a resoludm approving a pre- 

engineering survey 01 Thalia 

and Overman (Conaultiim 

Ei^ineeers) has been directed 

to proceed with the prellminaiy 

w«k." 
Rhodes also shares Mrs. 

Webb's concern over tha 

number of property owners who 

must agree to sharing tte 

sewage Une cost. 
He acknowledges "It will be 

difficult to obtain 75 percent of 

pri^rty ownen to go al<mg with 

the project when Uwre are still 
cJnS'r'n hTd"rewlSdr tte "poiirt approximately 20 vacant lots in 
with her family tUt "we've *e area whose ownen are not 
taken typhoid shots as a concerned with tWs at the 
precautloj " present time, and there are lots 

Mrs, Webb says "a number of «" »ome areas which have ex- 
families will not permit their tensive road fron age and 
chlMren to play in bacic yaids o^'?^"'*'*'' "*'' coat would be 
becawe oTtWs health hazaid." P™5">*'*^\, »*"*, *^.,*^*^ ^ 

Another Plnetree Road '^J^. VataS' aSther point I** Mark III. a swinging Virginia Beach group with a 
SS«^* sayf cW' wK wWctt. 'S'dlX .-i i-rge following of fans, will provide music at the annual 
IltoaUm IS tJSlS To keej P«perty owners froiS agreeing Virginia Beach Tennis Patron's "Tennis Ball". The 
abrJa"' of it hw "made ^ m a city sewage system, popular event will be held Friday night at the Capes 
engineers out of all our that of eUerly persons with Beach and Cabana Club, 
husbands " ^**^ limited incomes who have 

She says "aU of us are septic tenia functioning without n^Lg** 

workii* together on this," and PrJJenw. L2± 

iUwtrates her point by adding Hesaid."IwouMUketof-euB 
that she has consented to worli on some type of tax Ci edit 
aUowii« the "washing machine a^ong "»» "«» /or those over 60 
runoff from my neighbors yard years of age if their septic tanks 
beiiv diverted into our flower are funcUoung properly so they 
]j^" wouldn't be forced to tie-m to 

Prytulack revised the sewage Unes." 
questton of a health hazard The cost of bnnglng a city 
mult from the lack of sewage sewage system into the Thalia 
lines in his area by pointing to a Shores area b^ng a degree of 
step some residents have taken concern to city offldals and 
to curtaU the seepage from resultinginthelongdelay of the 
•overloaded septk: tanks. He said Pi'oject is confusing to 
"a number of resklents have P>ytulack. 
imtalled systems where septic ^ He "aid, '•pe Oty says they 
tenks overflow into underground <>«1 » have the money, but we re 
pipes drainl!« inko open road- wl"*°f, ** ,W( '**( *®L '*"" 
skle ditches to present a back ig) "lag. ] i ' , 5 
into toilets and .sinks in the The apparent lengthy 
Ytoa^g " reluctance on die part of city 

PrytiiUck says he feels "the offl^^als to cooperate in In- 
Health Department has put the »tamng a sewage system in this 
burden on resklents through area U also confusing to Mrs. 

pudng additional Unes from P™'*"'- ..^ u ,^ u 
Moti? Unks " She said, "They shouki make 

"lie related an incident where » ^rmfJlS^dol?" "* 

one resklent was toW by an ^ylHg to make them do it. 

official "if the situation wasn't 

cmrected his property would be 

condemned' Rdpe SuSDOCt 

Prytulack says he raised flds : ^ . "^ 

unsanitary living condlUon with A^nrAhonHftH 

the aiy's Health Department Mpprenenaea 

q^rogdmately two mtmths ago 

and was toU a survey wouU be AuthoriUes say they have 

made to determine the extent of charged James D. Harlow, of 
! any bealdi hazard and how great Chesapeake, with the alleged 
' the need was for connecting the rape of an 18>year-old girl while 
' area with the City's sewage she was visiting QUck's Beach 

system. last Friday. 

He saki his last contact with ^ .^ ^.u 

Owers office was ten days ago Officials quote the victim with 

and he sUU has received saying a man approached her 

"nothli«regaidli« how far they about 2:30 a.m. identifying 

have progrestad." He added "I 

ftel like we're getting the run 

armoid." 
Another question which 

concerns Thalia residente in 



Owen B. Pickett, candlate for 
the VTirglnia House of Delegates, 
iii a letter to Senators Harry F. 
Byrd and William B. Spong and 
Representatives Thomas N. 
Downing and G. William 
Whitehurst, proposed joint use 
of the Oceana Naval Air^Staljon 
facilities by military and 
civilian-commercial aircraft. 

Pickett stated that "from time 
to time over the past several 
years , it has been suggested that 
Oceana Naval Air Station be 
used jointly for military and 
civilian -.commercial aircraft. It 
is my understanding that the 
improvements at that facility, 
eXiilU^ive of lami value, now 
exeawl'- .— the. • sum- of 
$100,000,000.00. 

"At a time our neighboring 
clfy of Norfolk is undertaking to 
expend In excess of $25 million to 
enlarge and renovate Norfolk 
Regional Airport, an un- 
dertaking whteh some qualified 
experts believe will result in afi 
obsolete facility, It is ap- 
propriate that the Federal 
government re-examine its 



commercial aircraft, when, 
there is already available one of 
the finest airport facilities 
anywhere in the world. 

"There is an increasing trend 
on the part of the military to 
focus its attention on missiles 
and other unmanned aircraft as 
a means of defense, which will 
necessarily lead to a reduction 
in the- number and use of 
manned aircraft. Some experts 
have predicted that, ^ttiin ten 
years, manned aircraft will 
have a distinctly minor role in 
our defense system. If such 
develq)ments are taking place, 
then it is more important than 
ever that the matter of jmnt use 
of the facilities at Oceana Navj^ 
Air Station by the military and 
civilian aircraft be immediatel 
considered. 




''Local commanders 
understandably opposed J^ny 
such use, and any meiimngful 
review must be made at the 
highest level in the Department 
of Defense. 

"I hope that immediate steps 
will be taken to initiate a con- 



himself as a police officer, and 
saying ^ was under arrest for 
vtolatlon of curfew laws. 

vv>i»..» ...— — The subject told her die would 

wS^Vfy'seiage' Unes Into have to accompany him to the 
their ai«a Is the percentage of police precinct and told her to 
property owners who must entw his car. 

Udn. Mrs. Wabb Uluatrates tida «^^ **S^«e but JS. 

L^ofSsldnnSmtt^ai^ 'ocatto^ ** -^ 

to parthe dfy sawage hooki«> ^^^^ "'^■ 

fsa." Her aasaUant then reportedly 

Indteations are this figure is 75 (^ve btf to bO' home, 
paroant of property owners. Hartow, 34, at last repmts was 

Mayor Donakl H. Rhodes, who being detained fafi tht City Jail 
abo reskles in ThaUa, sharra without bond pending his court 
simlltf problems and is sym- app^rance tomorrow, Friday, 
pathetkflrom the standpoint of a Sept. 10. 



position with respect to the use sideratiwi of this proposal in an 
of the facilities at Oceana Naval effort to have the facilities made 
Air Station. Our resources in available for civilian- 
this country are not commercial flights. It will be 
inexhaustible, as recent small comfort if ten years from 
economic developments have now, after millions of dollars are 



indicated, and it will be a tragic 
waste if millions of dollars are 
gjpesA in an attempt to duplicate 
IBUaT lacility for civilian- 



poured into an inadequate 
facility in Nwfoik, this faclUty 
may tie made available for jdnt 
military and civilian use." 



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Manager (continued ttomH9»l) 



Hatchett and to Virginia Btacli. tha aagragatlon proUiiiM of tlw 
It has enabled him to know the <^d Sratti Rnatty UUad the IdM- 
4 right route to take at the right 
s% time. After the city-county 



the city-county 
merger, for Inotance, ttie dty'i 
credit rating was most im- 
portant to its future growth. 
Hatchett went straight to New 
York, Ulked to tiie big money 
peqple and convinced them Uiat 
"little" Virginia Beach no 
longer existed, that it was now a 
large city capable of handling 
long term credit. Tlw dty 
received an 'A' ratify and sold 
bonds for rates equal to larger 
cities in the state. 

The city's wide, white strai^ 
of beach also has the HatclwU 
stamp on it. Some years ago the 
Beach was washing away, the 
experts advised that sand be 
trucked to the beach from inland 
sources to replenish the lost 
sand. 

"I Just couldn't stand the idea 
of those trucks constantly 
running over the highways and 
constantly dumping sand on the 
beach," Hatchett said. He 
listened to the suggestion of his 
friend, Lewis Dickens, who had 
seen Jones Beach in New York 
rebuilt by pumping sand onto 
the beach. "It sounded like a 
good idea," Hatchett said, "so a 
councilman and myself went up 
the New Jersey coast to see for 
ourselves." What they saw 
convinced them that pumping 
was the only answer. They 
convinced the Army Engineers 
that it would work here. And it 
has. 

All has not been peaches and 
cream for the retired city 
manager. He has faced many 
failures, many disappointmoits. 
The only one that comes to his 
mind, however, was his inability 
to interest people in signing 
every letter, every document 
with the words "Faithfully, for 
peace". 
"If people would do that. 



!te alio prcfOMd at OM UflM 
that the dty takt ovir Fort 
Story and buUd a orilawm to 
attract tiw (Hympic OaniM. 
What he had in mind wai 
something like Houiton'i Aatro- 
Domt (long baCort the Aatro 
DoHM exiitad) but that dnam, 
too, fell at the wayitdi. 

I^tator iporta have long 

been a favorite mb)eet with 
Hatchett. His hopea for such 
things as national and to' 
temational tonnta and «»l» 
mlng toumMnonta, the wyro- 
pics and pari-mutual bitting an 
kmg-range dreams wtiidi may 
eventually come to paai. "nw 
city already hosts one in- 
ternational tennis matdt per 
year and the interest is 
definitely on the upswing. T** 
pari-mutuel betting is already in 
the hands of a General 
Assembly study commisaion 
and has become a hot political 
issue. 

Hatchett, the man, stiU thinks 
big and still strives to see "his 
Virginia Beadi" close In on iU 
potential. He'aretlred and, at 6S, 
is not as adive as he once was. 
He has, In fact, Just fought his 
hardest batUe - heart surgery. 
But, In true Russell Hatchett 
fashion, he bounced back, 
rearing to go agaln-artifidal 
heart valve and all. 

He's full of ideas, bubbling 
over with enthusiasm for settiiui 
some wheels bi motion. It's his 
beloved wife, Lucy, who quietly 
remains at his side and rembids 
him not be quite so ram- 
bunctious. "Now, Russell, slow 
down a little," she will urge. 

As the Interview came to an 
end, ^e looked at her husband 
of many years, father of thdr 
three children, the man with 



MSEBOiU 

Committee Outlines No-Fault Proposal 



everyone would be aware of whomidieha^ experienced a full 
peace, they would work harder range of emotions. "How do you 



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for it," he said. Hatchett con 
tinues to hope it will catch 
on.. ..and continues to sign every 
one of his letters that way. 

Hatchett, the city manager, 
never thought small nor did he 
aim low. He thought big and set 
Jiigh goals. He firmly believed 
that Virginia Beach should be 
the site of the United Nations 
id proposed that it be located 
It Fort Story, site of the first 
English landing In the New 
Ck)untry. He had some very high 
officials on his side; he even had 
the then Secretary of. Navy 
SumHer Wells pulling for it. But 



keep a man like that down," she 
laughed. "You Just don't!" 
No. You Just don't. 



Last spring House of 
DaligatM candMata Jamas R. 
Morrow announced the for- 
mation of a self-appointed 
oommittee to develop a no^ult 
insurance program for Viivinia. 
The no^ault issue has bNn a 
mcjer ^urt of Morrow's cam- 
paign. A voung insurance 
executive himself, Morrow 
mmad seven persona. Including 
an attorney, an Insurance man, 
an accountant and two con- 
iumers, to ttie committee to 
work on a plan for the state. 

Lut week the findings of this 
groig> were submitted to ttw 
Virginia Advisory Ugislatlve 
Council Committee tirough a 
letter from Morrow to'tenator 
E.E. Wiley, chairman of the 
VALC's Committee on In- 
surance. 

When tMs committee held a 
pid)Uc forum in Norfolk bi June, 
Morrow 4n>«ared before them 
to urge that they consUer the 
values of no-fault insurance for 
the state. 

Morrow has done extensWe 
work toward die promotion of a 
no-fault plan Including vislta to 
Boston (where the state plan 
"has already brought about at SO 
per cent drop In die average cost 
of paid insurance claims") and 
WMhington, D.C., where he met 
with Sen. Phillip A. Hart of 
Michigan who ia promoting a 
national no-fault program. 

In hia letter to Senator Wiley, 
Morrow outlined his com- 
mittee's no-fault concept; 
wMch, hopefully, might serve 
the 1972 General Assembly; 
lA iHTopoaed revision of the 
automobile insurance system 
which would Include a 
restructuring of the ad- 
ministnthre functioning of the 
automobile Uabllity Inaurance. 
This wouM be broiq^t about by 
a new Bureau of Jnsuranee 
under, the auapises of the 
Dlvistiwi ofi Motor Vehicles. lUs 
new bureau would 'rely on the 
statistical information now 
available to the EHvlslon and an 



investigative staff now em- 
ployed by it to fadUtate Im- 
plementatton of this ^an. 

4. A requirement of an in- 
surance revision woidd be that 
all Ueeased drivers be required 
to purchase bodily injury 
liability insurance in the 
minimum amotait required by 
law and |1,IM in personal injury 
coverage, 

+ The new coverage wilU 
function aa fdlows: 

Broad medical paymente 



coverage: TlUs proposal woitfd 
call for the payment to the 
named insured, members of his 
household, authorized 



curators, passengers, in- 
cluding guMt occi(>ante and at^r 
pedestrian struck by the vehicle, 
the reasonable expenses in- 
curred wltMn 24 monttis of the 
Kcident for medical, surgical, 
x-ray and dental services in- 
cluding prosthetic devices, and 
necessary ambulance and 
hospital expenses within 30 days 
and up to $350 In amount. 

b. Economic lihs: In the case 
of injury to any person (in- 
cluding the owner, operator, or 
user of the insured motor 
vehicle) ttie insurer will pay. 
without regard to fault, w 
amount equal to the net 
economk: loss (as defined by the 
Irian) an amount equal to the 
lesser of (a.) 11,500 or (b.) 75 
per.oentof die monthly earnings 
at ti» time of tiie injury 
multiplied by die number of 
monttv during which die Injury 
results In tiie inability to engage 
In galnftd activity suhstantiy 
ttie same or similarly engaged 
In prior to die Injury. Wage loss 
for die unemployed woukl be 
provided under a separate 
schedule. 

c. Deatii benefit: The legal 
rqiresentatlve of die Insured 
will become automatically 
eligible for benefits for die 
surviving sgmise and any 
dependents <x such person for 

the net economic •^loss 

sustained, but in arr^ event for 



no more than 76 per-cent of lost 
Income for a period of six 
mmttis plus funeral expemes 
and medical expenses incurred 
not to exceed fl.SOO. Such 
benefits will be subgrogated in 
the event of suit. These benefits 
will be payable within 30 days in 
tiie event of death, the purpose 
beit« to help to defray the initial 
expenses to the deceased 
relatives. 

d. Recovery of damages of pain 
and suffering limitatiMtt and 

exceptions to the plan: In any 
action of tort brought as a result 
of bodily injury, sickness or 
disease, arising out of the 
ownership, operation, main- 
tenance or use of a motor 
veMcle within tlus state by a 
defendant, a plaintiff may 
recover damages for pain and 
suffering, including mental 
suffering associated with such 
injury, sfckness or disease, only 
if Uie reasonable and necessary 
expemes incurred in treating 
such injury, sickness or disease 
for necessary medical, surgical, 
x-ray and dental services, in- 
cluding prosthetic devices, and 
necessary ambulance, hospital, 
professional nursing and funeral 
expemes are determined to be 
in excess of $350 unless such 
Injury, sickness or disease (l) 
causes deatii, or (2) comisto in 
whole or in part of loss of body 
member, or (3) consists in whole 
or in part of permanent and 
serious disfigurement, or (4) 
results in a measurable loss of 
sight and-or hearing. 

Who will be covered under 
such a plan? (1) AH drivers of 
private passenger vehicles witti 
ttie following exceptiwis: (a) 
Persons under tiie influence ^ 
ateohol or a narcotic as defined 
by tiie Code of Virginia (b) 
persons committing a felony, or 
seeking to avdd lawful ap- 
prehension or arrest by a police 
officer; or (c) persons wiOi tiie 
specific intent of causing injury 
or damage to himself or ottier 



people. 

+DeductlbleB; Parties 
insured under this plan 
shan have the right to deduct 
mirtmum requlremente from 
ttie liablUty coverage «> to ttw 
amount covered under a 
separate accident or healtti 
plan. 



-(- Admlnistiration of ttie ptan: 
Insured will be paid benefite 
above cited by his own in- 
surance cmnpai^. Any litigation 
in amounts above minimum 

cited figures will be s(i>ragaiair 
to ttie inaurer. 

Fault will be determined for 
ttie purpose of rating by an 
arbiti-ation board estaWshed 
under separate provisions. Such 
a board will establish fault In 
order ttiat insurers may ad- 
ministratively credit each other 
for losses. 

4- -Payment under the plan: 
Insurer mint pay to Insured 
claims within 30 days of fiUng of 
claims or an interest penalty at 
Uie rate of 2 per-cent per montti 
will accrue. 

•f Provisions for Vidatton of 
the plan: (1) Any insurer who 
willfully violates ttie provisions 
of this act will be siiiject to a 
fine of not more than $5,000 for 
each vioUtion. (2) Any Insured 
who willfully violates the 
provisions of ttiis act including 
ttie filing of a fraudulent ctalm 
or who operates a vehicle 
wiUiout insurance will be sub- 
ject of a fine of not more ttian 
$1,000 and w 90 days In Jail. 

+ Interstate coverages: (a) 
Virginia drivers outekie die 
limits of ttie Ccnnmonwealth 
shall have ttie option of coverage 
under the plan or statutes 
existiiig in a state where any 
accident might occur and (b) 
non-Virginians involved In 
accident wittiln ttie limlto of ttie 
Commonwealth shall be covered 

under tiie provisions of ttieir 
Insurance policy existing wltMn 
ttieir domlclte. 




Two MiBbn Phonm 

John Utt«r. Anheuser-BBSch, tac. plaiit maBaiw, to tha , 
reclplcBt of The Cheaapaaka aad Potomac ToloihiMr 
Company of Vlrglnla'a Iwe mUllonlh lelephflMo at a 
ceronony at Its now plant In WilllamabMrf. Uttor ia 
making the ftrtt caU ovor thia hiatarlcai lelophflM aa Uo 
C. Talt, vice proildent and general roaaagor •« CM» , 
looka on. C*P haa over lUWIUon tavoatod to Hi Virginia 

iystem. about hatf tovoatad to tho paat i yaara. 

Accused Flees, Is Recaptured 



John Albert Kane, of Norfolk, 
managed to enjoy only a few 
short momenta of freedmn itfter 
he reportedly ffod trom custody 
while betag proceaaed at ttie 
City Jail Sunday night. 

Kane, 22, who lista Ms address 

aa ttie New Virginia Hotel, 
according to polkse had Just been 
dented baU by a professional 
bondsman when Iw fled into a 
wooded regimi lining Princess 
Anne Road. 

DispatdiH' Steve Thwnpson, 
1st Police Precinct, momenta 
after receiving an alert 
r^arding i^t had happened 
(Uacovered Kane in a patch tA 
woods oppoAie hte office. 

Althoi^^ unarmed Thompson 
ordered Kane out of ttw woods, 



returned with him to tha.-, 
precinct office, and databMrti , 
him until police arrived to take 
Kane tato custody. • 

Det. W. M. Wood taidicatad h«. 
had arrested Kana earlitr., 
Sunday aft«m)on at ttw Hes^'i 
mitage Room Resta unmt to 
connection witti tt» r^ortad. 
ttieft of I2M from ttie Ex ceBeat . 
Restaurant on Atlantic Avinnai-; 

on Aug. 31. t^ 

Kane at last reporta remataaA 

In custody at ttie City Jail 

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VlfTQINIA BEACH 

CHIROPRACTIC 

PMYStfCIANS 

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Patriotisin Day Sat. 



The Second Annual 
Patriotism Day Procram 
presented by ttie Virgtada 
Oeach Jayceea will be beM 
Satiurday at ttie Norwegiaa 
Lady, 2Sdi Sta«et and Attantic 
Avenue, ftrom 14 p.m. 

Hie program will open witti 
ttie National AnUiem by ttie 
Virginia Beach Concert 



Singen, and Brass CSimrus, 
die ratetaig of ttie flag will be 
by a Marine color guard unit. 
John Wilaon of WAVY-TV wiU 
be the master of ceremonies. 
Mayor Donald H. Rhodes will 
give <^nbig commenta and 
wdcome. Major Peter M. 
Dawkins will deliver a 
patriotic speech. 



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TUESDAY, 

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SEPT. 1 4, 
1971 

HI$>O8ITION?1NCai0|: 

RACING - Permitting communities to vote on aUowtog pari^autual wagsriag on raetog 
- to be stirictly contrived by State Raetog Conwnlwiftn 

BUSING - Support for amendment to U. 8. Constitatlon providing that '*No pubUe 
school student shall because of his nee, ened, or eolor, be assignad to or required to 
attend a particular sehooL" 

UTILITIES AND INSURANCE EMULATIONS - Add 2 members to State Coipontton 
Commission and replaoe J. LMter Hooker whoee tens expires bi lt71 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION - Bnforeementofstikt water and ak quality control 
rtandvds, encourage recydtog to avoid depletkm <rf natond resources and adding 
to d^KMal problenM. 

GROWTH AND TAXES - Legislation to eneounge only ptanned and orderly devetop> 
ment that doesn't result to undue hardships and taMieased taias for exisUng resi- 
dents. 

HE IS: 

A 87-yearK)ld Attorney -Offtee to VIrgtatoBeaeh ..-..„ . • 

Married to Rebs S. McClanan, former Vhgtata Beaeh Nblle School Joaeherjlcsjte Econ- 
omist and Civic Leaitar - They have three ehlldwn (Martin. Lauia and Olenn, *.) 

A lifelong resident of Prineees Anne and Vhgintoleaeli 

Educatton: Public Schools of Prtocess Amis Co. - Lynehbog CoUsge - University of 
Virginia Uw School 

PAST EMPLOYMENT: ^_^ .*^-_* 

Vlrgtala Beach PubUc School Teaehsr-Clvgitrvtea- riWHant 

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THEIR SOLE MEANS OF SUPPORT-YOU 




yMr iBd ntJrt Tuwtay'f D«mocrttlc 
l^miry will Iwd «!• way. 
Irrom tfit Nvw candidalM for tht Houm 
OtKMVtM, ttit vottrt wlU tltct thrtt. 
I tt Uttlf doubt that tht thrtt 
...jeifatte eandklatti will ba oppoiad in 
QMtral ffiacUon by thrta Rapublican. 
In dct, Oiara ii littla doubt that tha 
H^Mioani ara in ttia winga now, waitfaii 
flMday'B outemna Mora may hit with Yuu 
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tha eity's ona SUta Sanata laat, tha 
iiraady hava thair work cut out cw 
. Come Novambar, in the Oanaral 
etion, they wiU have thair choice bat- 
,jn Incumbent Senator Edward 'Nad' 
1^, now running as an indapandant, 
^Imocratic candidate Richard Guy, who 
Seated hit delegate leat and newcomer 
^ Canada, the Republican challenges. 
•>if SarMtor Caton had not decided to run as 
^ independent, the primary voters would 
^ scratching their heads over a Caton or 
wy choice. But Mr. Caton so kindly made 
:^ immediate decision for them. Now the 
Ganaral EHection voters must struggle with 
a three-day choice. 

The pressing decision at hand, however, 
£l Tuwday's primary. With seven can- 
didates running, obviously the voter isn't 
^ited in selection. And to make it even 
flAore difficult, all the candidates are 
j^pung, energetic, progressive and would 
^ike fine representatives for Virginia 
»ach in the General Assembly. Some are 
y]^t stronger than others but that's to be 
^^cted. 

'^Sliis, for those who still don't know, is the 
'ia-up; Incumbent Delegate B.R. 'Bev" 
^ jddleton, a popular delegate during the 
j^evious session (remember the jogging 
l^tures that came out of Richmond?) a 
I^U-known businessman and a strong 
ifaididate with the young people; Jim 



M(HT0w, the youngest of ttie group but 
nevertheless a successful insurance 
executive with valuable background, and 
backing, on the no<fault insurance plan (an 
iMue doaa to m(»t hearts); Glenn 
HoUoman, an innkeeper and a businessman 
v^o knows the ins and outs of Virginia 
Beach's business world, and a firm 
believer in keeping the, Back Bay Wildlife 
Rdfuge Beach open to beachbuggies and 
such; Glenn McClanan, an attorney with a 
soul-stirring speaking voice, a man who is 
Virginia Beach to the core, a strong ad- 
vocate ol tighter building controls to 
protect homeowners; Owen Pickett, 
another attorney, an experienced politician 
with a very light and easy manner, a 
stalwart in Federal Government vs. 
Virginia Beach in such issues as joint use of 
Oceana Naval Air Base and reim- 
bursement of lost tax revenue caused by 
federal-owned property; Michael 
Bowerman, a young, personable and soft- 
spoken attorney, another favorite with Uie 
young people, and a candidate who looks 
quite logically at such issues as False Cape 
Park and better services to help trouble- 
ridden juveniles; and last, but certainly not 
least, is the tall John Wayne-striding 
Lowell Clarke, yet another attorney, who 
sometimes speaks before he thinks (or 
maybe he does think and says it anyway") 
is presently quite on the outs with the 
homebuilders because of his rather caustic 
remarks, and a no-funnystuff candidate. 
So there they are. (}ood candidates. New 
blood. Young and vital. It won't be an easy 
choice. But, hopefully, most Virginia 
Beach voters will make the choice and will 
make the effort to vote on Tuesday. It will 
especially be interesting to see how many 
young people vote. They could make a big 
difference in the final count. Good luck to 
all. To the voters. To the candidates. And 
now, on with ttie show 



Welcome I 



^The City of Virginia Beach this week-end 
ts one of the ,largest, most influential 
ps any city can welcome... the Virginia 
nicipal League and Affiliated 
anizations. 
^me thirteen hundred elected and ad- 
trative officials (councilmen, 
mayors, city managers, department 
leaders, etc) and wives trom every city, 
town and county In Virginia will be among 
our midst Sunday through Tuesday. 

TO ALL OF YOU, VIRGINIA BEACH 

SAYS WELCOME. 

^ -i^ile here, these dignitaries and their 

^families will see the beauty of their host 

|jty. It is to the credit of the Virginia Beach 

ministrators who planned the schedule 

t they have incorporated the natural 

assets of this city in the agenda... a 

champagne cruise for the ladies to show off 

iftte fascinating skyline from offshore, a 

mammoth cook-out at The Narrows, where 

Dine trees sway and bay water laps at the 

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white beach and Boy Scouts dance around 
camp fires. 

Another thing that will surely impress 
the guests will be the cooperative spirit 
between military and civiliani?; Little 
Creek Amphibious Base will go all out to 
entertain the ladies and all of the city's sik 
bands will sponsor a reception. 

Virginia Beach is a beautiful city. It has 
many faces... the oceanfront, the rolling 
fields and woodlands, the shopping centers, 
the military bases, the commercial 
districts, the exclusive residential areas. It 
Is a young and progressive city yet with 
great heritage In American history. In the 
boroughs which formerly made up Oilid 
Princess Anne County there are many 
buildings standing and In use which date 
back to the Colonial period. 

It is a city of many looks and many 
moods. It is a city to be enjoyed. And 
hopefully that's what members (rf'the 
Muncipal League will do. EInjoy their stay. 



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A Special Day 



,.,, Monday tfie City of Virginia Beach will 
^nor one of the men who, In the very 
^^rllest days of this struggling resort 
Town, began to shape Its future with his 
J own forcefulness and his own 
foresightedness. 

^W. Russell Hatchett Day, first a Town 
:lfl;anager, then a City Manager, was a hard- 
'^tting municipal administrator. Today he 
is a hard-hitting retired private citizen, still 
«tull of the spunk and get-up-and-go that 
. (nade people sit up and take notice years 
ago. 

He has been and probably always will be, 
'a controversial figure. His ideas are ahead 




s ...THE BABY TRAP, by EUen 
iJiUKk. New York, Bernard Gdi. 

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EUtn pKk, i« set for womei 
almost from birth. Dolls art 
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Between infancy and 
marriage, women are convinced 
that complete self-fulfillment 
and personal growth come from 
the bearing and raising of 
children and that no other 
alternatives are accessible to 
them. Miss Peck attempts to 
analyze this fallacy and to ex- 
plore the many opticms available 
to couples who wish to remain 
childless. 

The attfhor admito that her 
book presents only one side of 
the motherhood issue: the othw 
side is present^] by manufac- 
turers of baby prochicts. well- 
meanlflf rriatives. and Good 
HoMCkeq^ing magazine and the 
media generally, by bom- 
barding ttW pUtto with {^ttlTM 

and sioriM of bMi«iful. youthful 
ta&Om» levity caring f«r 
tf}^ i^ittc children. 

NOQC 0t ttl«C S<MirCCS. AC- 

ccH^ to Mtos Peck, pmcnts 



the public with the more 
realistic portrait of the harassed 
and overworked housewife who 
is bored with herself and her 
children and is no longer either 
physically or mentally at- 
tractive to her husband. 

Withmjt children, the author 
stresses, a woman is free to 
develop herself through a job, 
political campaigns, travel, 
volunteer work, and spon- 
tanetHis activities of all sorts. 
With children, she has less time 
to (tevote to her husband or her 
own interests and is tied down to 
midnight feedings, bottle- 
washing and latn- to car pools. 
Little Leagi^ games, and PTA 
meetings. 

Although there are 
weatoiessM in her arguments 
and hR- idras are disorganized. 
Mm Peek prw e n tt some valid 

before b^nitog a family. 
Marey &bs 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

iilstabiished 1925 

Pegs 4 

Strmg tlu P«opk of tht CMy 
of- 





Resolufion Is Outlined 



To the Editor: 

, The following resolution can 
be of interest country-wide. 

"Whereas the "general 
assembly" of an important 
southern religious deiunnination 
in recent convention in Virginia 
has made an attack on private 
schools; has called for quality 
education for all children in 
public schools, has urged family 
limitation to two children, and 
has called for an inclusive 
society;" 

"Whereas the general 
assembly pronouncement 
regarding private acactonies as 
'established primarily to cir- 
cumvent compliance with 
federal laws' which the 
newspaper account termed 'the 
law of the land' is misleading as 
creating the imi8«S8ion that 



LETTERS 
to tht 
EDITOR 




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fall on the million-member 
denomination <rf wMch (mly 6,000 
are blade. TMb is no time to 
wwkoi the fiber of our nation 
uMle illegitimacy abounds and 
has becone a profitable way of 
life with the assistance of 
government welfare support; 

"4. Decry the efforts of 
religious leaders in their at- 
tempta to mix races of dittering 
cultural, and, in many 



parents fleeing mnn judicial diffn'ing moral standards; 



of the times, yet are so logical in concept 
ttiat one wonders why no one ttiought of 
them before; and he will fight bitterly to 
{Hit these ideas into effect. 

The timing of W. Russell Hatchett Day ia 
especially significant. By being held during 
the Municipal League convention, it 
enables the former city manager an op- 
portunity to see and visit with many old 
friends. And for these friends to once again 
enjoy the enthusiasm that still bums in ttiis 
dedicated man. 

W. Russell Hatchett Day is a very special 
day. For a very special person in the annals 
of Virginia Beach. 



tyranny are violating the law, 
whereas, as a matter <d fact, the 
courts with Integration as their 
obsession have dealt only with 
public sdiools;" 

"Whereas comprehensive 
sUidies have determined that 
heredity causing differences in 
intelligence have resulted in 
deteriorating education wlwre 
there is considwable racial 
mixture so that children can not 
and will not receive quaUty 
education, but quite the 
reverse;" 

"Now, therefore, be it 
resolved by the CenU-al C<nn- 
mittee of the organizaUon In- 
dependent Virginians for 
Political Action, meetii^ in 
FarmvlUe, Virginia, June 26, 
1971. do 

*'l. Deplore the action of 
religious leaders in attacking 
l»-ivate schools wlwn many of 
their denomination members 
suf^KMl sud) schools u the (»ily 
means of protecting their 
children from intolerable 
conditions; 

"2. Heartily af^ove and ui^e 
active siqipcnl of ttic many fine 
private and Indqiendwit spools 
whU^ are multiplying through 
the South; 

"3. Denounce as an un- 
warranted intrusion in the 
family Ufa ol parents the iitea 
that the parents shaU limit th^ 
diikkm to two, whm ttM n»in 
impact ol n^ limitation will 



"5. Warn against the perils of 
miscegenation which will bring 
deterioration and disaster to any 
nation." 

Tlie denomination referred to 
in the above resolutiai is ttie 
Presbyterian Church in the 
United States (the Southern 
Presbyterian Qiurdi). 

A booklet, "HEREDITY: The 
Cause of Racial I^erences In 
Intelligence", by Henry E. 
Garrett, Ph.D., Sc. D., is 



available, gratis, upon request 
to Dr. Henry E. Garrett, Box 
355, Kilmarnock, Virginia, 
22482. 

Fred M. Davis 

Box 1022 

Lynchburg, Virginia, 24505 

Professor Fohey 

Shn(k Nof9 From 

Moscow, Russia 

To the Editor: 

No currency problem here ( in 
Russia). I am enjoying a 
comiK'ehensive look at Moscow, 
people and everyday life. 

I am off to Sodii on August 23 
where my language study 
seminar will begin on August 24. 

Best regards to you and the 
Sun sUff . 
Sincerely, 
John Fahoy 
Mmcow, Russia 



D. C. CURRENT 

BY CrRENf DEAR 



WASHINGTON, D.C •• Ubor Day xm is more than a long 
weekend and spectacular parades in big cities. It is the ttme «4wi 
the two big labor organizatitett, AFL-CIO,, should make (Mlnite 
conciliatory agreements with the administration on its recent 
economic policy. Wages and prices are a necessary part of labw 
union progra mg . The President 's edict is final for three months and 
requires interpretation and cooperation fTon govenunent, 
business and the wage earner. After the freeze there will have to be 
some kind (rf a warm-up. 

President and Mrs. Nixon should attend the apexdat of fte 
Kennedy Center on September 8th because it Is a natimal centw. It 
is Kennedy in name only as a memorial to an assassinated 
president. It is fittir« that the Kennedy family shoidd be present. 
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is coming not because ihe is an at- 
tention-getter but because she is the widow of a former presklent. 
President Nixon offered her the presidential box because he did 
not want to take any attention away from the Kennedy family. Hm 
President and his First Lady should not worry because no one, not 
even the glamorous Jackie, is more important than the President of 
the United States at the opening of a national institution in the 
nation's capital. The inaugural should be graced by our Prwklent 
and his wife. 

With all the advance noUces, there will be constant en- 
tertainment at the Kennedy Center. The openinp fw inaugural 
week September 6-20 include eleven performances of Leimard 
Bernstein's Mass. It is sold out except for a few matinee seats. 

The National Symphony under its new conductor Antal Dwati 
will feature Beethoven's The Consecration of the Hbuse Overture 
September 9 and 10 and other performances every nif^t during 
inaugural week. 

Competing on the lOth will be the world premiere of the opera 
Beatrix Oenci by Alberto Ginastera. This is a real bonus for OpetA 
Society ticketholders because last season it cmild not complete its 
schedule. Tickets held for last season are good for choice seats this 
year for at teast three operas. 

The American Ballet Theab% will perform two spectaculars, the 
Washington premiere of Ailey-Ellington's The River and Tudor'i 
one-act Romeo and Juliet. 

Another first will be the American Stage production of George 
Frederick Handel's Ario Dante, conducted by Julius Rudel, the 
Center's music director, and starring Beverly Sills, soprano. 

All of this during inauguration week. 

Special to The Virginia Beach Sun 

WASHINGTON. DC. - An impressive half-page ad in the 
Washingtonian magazine ends, "Come to Virginia Beach. Take 
it all in. Take memories with you when you leave." 

That is exactly what I have done after being practically blown 
home by the winds of Doria. Even the winds were exciting as they 
blew the torrents of rain against and throuipi the windows at 
Sandbridge. Before dark the mighty waves could be seen rolling in 
anger in the blustering sea . Saturday morning I w<Ae to clear sUes 
and pleasant memories. 

Virginia Beach dity seems to extend from here to fwever. It is a - 
beach, a city, a shopping center, a resort in winter as well as 
summer, a historic site, a family playground, fishii^ and golfing 
haven, all kinds of accommodations from exclusive hotds and 
apartments to summer cottages and trailer courts. 

Many fine residential sections in the bay areas provide homes for 
a stable year round population which totals 192,000. The five naval 
bases with their comings and goings provide a change of pace as 
well as personnel. 

Virginia Beach is not just a bedroom for Norfolk. It is an m>art- 
ment community with its own city council and newspapw mdv, 
new ownership with enlarged staff. Its churches on Pacific Avenue 
and adjoinirig area iii colonial architecture with tMir beavenwijP' 
spires represent many denominations. Its public schools are 
rapidly coitforming to the Si4)reme Court decree. The beaches vary 
from the most sophisticated Cavalier Club and other oceanfiront 
hotels anl motels to Sandbridge, a sand and sea rendesvous SO 
miles down the coast with sandpipers and houses (m 8tlU»j*The 
range is from the Atlantic to the Pacific which is Virgi;n Beach 
can be accomplished by just crossing the highway. 

Bright attractive college students serve shoulder to shoulder 
trays with the seasoned dedicated help which is part of the tradition 
in the older hotels. Strict rules of attire in the lobblei and dining 
rooms remind guests that elegant living still exists. One can still 
whet the appetite wiUi fried an>les and grlte for brukfast and 
other customary southern foods and gourmet dishes at lunch and 
dinner. 

. If you are restless and driving or have an urge fw sightseeing 
with a tour it is not far to colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown 
and of course near-by Norfolk. Being a viking daughter mjnwlf I 
was satisfied wiUi the Norwegian lady stattM on the oceanfront at 
25th Street. She is the gift of the people of Moss, Norway com- 
memorating the tragic wreck of The Dlktator off Virginia Beach 
shores in 1891 . The donor city of 21 ,143 pq^tion boasts a du|dicate 
statue. Moss is also a seashore city , but ite climate is a little chillier 
and the sun sleeps nust of the winter but forgsii to go te bed in 
midsummer. What a conU-ast to its sister city, where even the local 
newspaper is The Virginia Beach Sun. 



Keep Those Cards And Lisfs Coming In 



WOW! It Just keeps hap- 
pening. TlM two past questioM, 
(me on appealhig the closiffe of 
Back Bay, the otho* on middng 
Virginia Beach a tennis center, 
continue to br\ng In reqxmse. 

Another petitkm of 28 names 
tfrived this week under the 
heading "We, the underslgiwd, 
hereby request City Council of 
Virginia Beach and other 
elected officials to Utp Back 
Bay National WUdllfe Refuge 
open to vdikular U-a^. Ine 



wall iu uunU West Berlin is not 
needed here; ckMure of this 
Refuge will deny the public the 
use of 40 miles of Ocean Front". 

This petition will be added to 
thMe already turned over to 
Mayor Donald Rhodes for 
possiUe consideration by City 
Council. Thus far, if memory 
does not fail us, the number is 
right at 400! ^ 

Tennis fans are just as en- 
thusiaMic, however, and are 
keeping jiut a few names ahead 



Published weekly by the 
Baaeh Fublishing Corpora- 
tion, 31 01 Pacific Avanua. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
234S1. Second dan post- 
age paM at Virginia Baach, 
Virginia. Annual lubcrlp- 
tlofl rata, IC.OO In tha city 
of Vlr^nla laach, $9.00 
altawfcora.Slnflaeopy 10^ 
All ^Neripttoni payaMa 
in adagwca . To sytaerite 
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JO$H BILLINGS 




of the beach fanciers. Two more 
petitions for a tennis center here 
arrived this week, one wiUi 41 
names, the other with S3. Let's 
see, that must be near 450, 
maybe a few more. TTiese, too, 
will go to Mayor Rhodes when 
the flow of support slows down. 
Hopefully, City Council will take 
Uiese two issues seriously .... 
nearly 1,000 voters can't 
be ignored. 

As for last week's question, it 
was no big deal, but certainly 
there was a sincere interest in 
the problem. 

The question was: "Should the 
State Water Control Board have 
tighter control over con- 
struction, based on existing 
sewage facilities?" The 
response was unanimously In 
favor, althwgh soam qualified 



their answer: 

"The question is not so mudi 
who makes the controls and 
inspections, but tiiat wroeone 
does. The' sewage problentt 
within our dty are yet anothor 
example of a too rapid 
population growth. Our dty 
administration has the 
responsibility or correction 
before the damage to our dty is 
Irreparable." 

"By all means, if they will 
actually exert the control 
needed. If not, then axmt othv 
group wIm) hu the courage to 
act, and w1m> have no int«^ in 
real estate oe the Indhyi^ bi- 
dustry, ^HMld be 0v« con- 
trol," Two very thought- 
provoking responses. Otter 
comments ran {R'etty mudi 
along the same Unes. 



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U. Va. Degrees 



. Nearly SOO undergraduates and graduates recently received 
degrees at the University of Virginia summer Finals exercises. 

Those from Virginia Beach included Gary M. DivitQ. J(*n K. 
Fegues, Margaret S. Emanuelson, William E. Boyll, Amber R. 
Cunningham, Evelyn D. Etheridge, James E. Garrett, Pembrckt 
R. Hoffmier, Charl^ E. Hughes, Susan A. Lohr, Frahk P. Peek, 
Jr., and Edwin M. teidholdt. 



Wesleyan Honors 



Virginia Wesleyan College students maintaiiUng a 4.0 avaragt 
for the spring semester are Mabel Craft Goransmi, John Thomat 
Hall, Judith Lynn HaU, John Richard Harrington, Uland Erie 
King. 



Point OWoods GC 



Point-O'Woods Garden Gub will spcmsor a block party Sep- 
tnnber 11 at 3-7 p.m. at the playground, to raise funds for its 
beautifjiiation project. Donations are $1 for a^ts; 50 cents for 
children. The rath date has been set for Sunday, S«i;>tember 12. 



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Mre. Robert H. Venner 

Miss Garcia Bride 
^ Of Robert Venner 

Miss Raniona Garcia and Robert H. Venner were married 
iSeptembo- 4 at Star of the Sea Catholic Church. The Rev. Anthony 
•Justs performed thecaremony. 

• JHie^ride is the daughter of Mrs. John Rhoads of West Palm 
JIKKCh, Florida, and Edward S. Garcia of Virginia Beach. The 
bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Venno- of the Beach. 
» Escorted by her father, the bride wore a French lace gown 
embrodiered inseedpearls. The billowii^ sleeves were fitted at the 
wrist. Her Fr«ich lace veil, was bordered in white satin. 

• Miss Angela Garda , sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She 
;iwore a long pink crepe gown, with bur^ndy smocking. 

: The bridesmaids were Miss Sally Venner, sister of the groom ; 
Miss Ann Smilie, Mrs. Harry Amery, Miss Sarah Haynes, Miss 
'Cathy WUsen and Miss Eve Aides. Junior bridesmaids were Miss 

• Mary Rhoads and Miss Leslie Marshall. Their gowns were iden- 
: tical to that of the maid of honor. 

' Miss Ron Garcia, sister of the bride was flower girl. Hie ring 
bearer was Master Theodore Venner, cousin of the groom. 

William Venner served as best man for his brother. The ushers 
were Edward Garcia, Richard Joyce, Paul Johnston, Melvin 
aibome, Hughs Rhoads, Helm Schmidt. Junior ushers were 
Carman Garcia, brother of the bride, John Venner, and James 
Venner, brewers of the groom. 

The bride and groom are both seniors at Elon College. 

A reception following the wedding was held at the White Sands 
Country Oub. After a SouUjern wedding trip, the couple will live in 
Burlington, North Carolina. 



Singers Perform 




The Beach Concert Singers and Brass Ch(dr ci the Beadi Civic 
Orchestra will give a program on Patriotism Day, September 11 
from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at ^ Norwegian Lady^ 25Ui and Atlantic 
Avenue. 

Larry Harrington, of the tittle Credi School of Masiti will 
conduct. The program will tnctUdeth«"NaUoaal Anthem," *Vo6 
Bless America," "Your Land and my Land," "What ibe Worid 
Needs Now," "You'll Never Walk Alone," "If I Loved You" and 
"On This Day." 

The program is spcMfuored by the Jaycees. Jim Chestnut is 
president. 



Cub Scout Pack 66 



Cub Scouts of Pack 66 enjoyed a day at the beach recently when 
they held their annual party. Parents and Cubs swam and par- 
ticipated in games. Pack 66's next meeting wiU be September 23 at 
7:30 p.m. at Point O'View School. 



Flea Market 



Mn. ChaikB Anderson, IV 

Judy Bishop Weds 
Chades Anderson 

Mjss Judy Carole Bishop and Charles Aaron Anderson, IV, were 
married August 28 at 11:30 a. m. at David Adams Manorial 
Oiapd, Naval Air Station, Norfolk. Chaplain F.L. Harrel of- 
ficiated. 

The bride is the daughto- of Senior Chief C.A. (Mike) Bishop 
(ret. ) and Mrs. Bishq> of Kingston. Mr. Bishop gave his dau^ter in 
marriage. 

The bridegroom is the 8<hi of Charles Aaron Anders(», III, of 
Missouri, and Mrs. Arthur L. Berry, of Pontiac, Michigan. 

Miss Jean Rae Zi^er was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were 
Miss Carol Bear and Miss Vicryl Bear. 

(Soie Matheney was best Man. Groomsmen were Paul Faulkner 
and Rob Dunton. 

Following the wedding, a reception was held at the Windjammer 
Club, Naval Station. 

The couple will live at 20S E. Ocean View Avenue, following a 
wedding trip to Charlestm, South Carolina. 




Mrs. David B. Adams 

Joyce Brehm Weds 
David B. Adams 

The marriage of Miss Joyce Ann Brehm, daiightor of Ifir. 00 
Mrs. George Carlyle Brehm to David Beny Adams, son ol <^. 
Joseph Berry Adams USN (ret.) and Mrs. Adams, to^ |Mee 
August 28at 8p.m. at Scott Memorial United Methodist Church. 

The ceremony was performed by the Rev. RaljA Schrader wad 
Dr. Linwood Tyler Home. 

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a wWte la<» gown, wlfli 
Empire waist, trimmed in white satin. A Cathecfaral Iragtb vwjsai 
of white lace. She carried a cascade of 29 white nmm and wMl*- 
tipped ivy. 

Miss Ann Lawrence Nixon was maid of honor, wore a kii« |8*o 
of green mirror mist. 



Now there's a colorful new 
baby almanac designed to help 
mothers make bathtime a spe- 
cial time for their babies. 
Sponge baths for new-borns 
and tub baths for older babies 
are detailed with step-by-siep 
instructions. 

Tips on traveling with baby. 



and taring for dia|>er rash and 
cradle cap are also found in 
the little btH)klet. 

For a free copy, write Hr 
Dial Research and Develop- 
ment Lalioratories, Armour- 
Dial, Inc., Dept. PR, 221 North 
LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois 
60601 



Reservatiims are now being accepted for the third anilual 
Women of Wesleyan Flea Market October 16 for the Virginia 
Wesleyan College library book fund. 

Hw Flea Market will be held again Uiis year in the Twin Drive- 
In Theaters on Indq>aidence Boulevard at HoUand Road. Over SOOO 
persons attended the Flea Market last year and the Women of 
Wesleyan raised over $4,000 for library books. Two years ago*, wh«i 
ttie program was first inaugurated, $5,000 was raised by this 
i^oi^ct — ^ 

Thwe who wish to sell items in the Flea Market rent two drive-in 
spaces (one for car and one tor wares) for $10.00. This amount goes 
to the litn-ary fund. All profits made by the individuals or 
organizations who rent booths are kq?t by Oie renter. Booths for 
items of all sorts^rafts, toys, needlework, white elq?hants, 
holidfay itens and others-were rented last year. Som^-aoo booths 
are expected. 

R^ervations for boottis may be made by contacting the co- 
chairmen for the 1971 Flea Market-Mrs, Jdin W Payne, Jr. of 
Norfolk at 4234786 or Mrs. L,C. Brennan of Virginia Beach at 428- 
6473. Mrs. R(rt}ert Friend Boyd is |»>e8ident of Women of Wesleyan 
Uito year. 

One of the two drive-in theaters is used for the booths. The othw 
is used for parking. Virginia Wesleyan students assUt with parking 
and work in some of Uie bootla. 



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Births 



?^miimsmi^^ii^i:i^f-i^-!^fi^:Vi 



Mr. & Mrs. Donald James 
Porter, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ray 
Hewett, dau^ter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Showman 
Hildebrand, daughto*. 

Mr. & Mrs. Elwood Otto 
Waller, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. William Charles 
Taveimer, Jr., son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Masrni, 
son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Edward 
Grover, dau^ter. 

Mr. & Mrs. James Ervin 
Miller, son. 

Mr. k Mrs. Emmett Lee 
Saunders, daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wesley 



Dofflemyor, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. James William 
Small, daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Allan Ray Allen, 
sm. 

Mr. & Mrs. Benny Harrcdld 
Hamilton, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Wilber Jackson, 
daughter. 

Mr. & Mrs. Jdm Robert 
Faison, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hudson 
Fellows, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. ClareiKe Walter 
George, III, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Lee 
Etheridge, son. 

Mr. ft Mrs. Ronald Lee 
Saunders, son. 



The bridesmaids were Miss Marsha Newbem, MlM JM 
Bruinley, Mi8s Evelyn Hester, and Miss Sandra T. Nhw*. JhmJ 
bridesmaid. Their gowns were full length, of blue mirror mfit wlBi' 
white trim accented by blue dot daisy in the lace. 

Charles D. Nixon, Jr. was ring bearer. 

Joseph Michael Adams served as best man for «• ^othar. TJj 
ushers were Charies D. Nixon, Sr,, Jeff Firoved of Norfott, Halfl 
Martin. 

TTie bride is a graduate of First Colonial High Scho<d. Sie rt- 
tended Radford College and is preswtly atteniSng Chaa^pe^ 
College. 

The bridegroom is a graduate of Highpoint High Sdiool ta 
Beltsville, Maryland. He attended Gordon Military Om$fi. 

As she walked up the aisle t^ bride gave one k»g tima lAtta 
rose to her mother. At the recessiwial, she presented a wMta mt 
taher mother-in-law. -J 

Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the I^IB Nitt 
Officers Club. After a wedding trip to Bermuda, the couple wffl Bft 
at 4736 Broad Street, Virginia Beach. '' ;: 



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Avoid These Common Child Rearing Blunders 




When a four-year-old living 
with bis parents in a hippie 
commune was asked by a 
r^rter what he wanted to be 
wten he grew up, the child 
repUed in one word : "Straight." 

Psychok^sts say tiMt aU 
children haVe a dsttav to be 
sti-algit - ddng what Mciety 
wants, and avtridlng acti(Mtt that 
society frowns on ~ but ttiat it is 
oftm far more dlfflctdt OAn 
most parents realise fw ^r 
chilctren to Ami out what the 
ndM reaUy are. 

WeurgecMUkwi to bt truthful 
and teach thmi ttiat ^^ Is 
wroi^, but ttan we t^ lh«n to 
Ue about ttrir age la git half 
prieottdtato. 

Wa avoM tfvlM chtMrM 
ras^nslblllty far how^M 



tHit then smoke ourselves. Get 
better grades, we say. Ixit then 
fail to 0ve the help at home that 
would f<ciliute getting beHer 
pada. Neva- steal, we imtait, 
iMt ttien we bring home mw- 
ehandise fron the job, or get 
dlnn«- at a restaurant on Dad's 
businns credit card so that 
company will pay. 

In a society where it's so hard 
to find out what's right and 
what's wrong, is it any wwMkr 
that many youOs ffrow long hair 
Md af fMt odd nanisms in an 
aff(M-t to disassociate them- 
^ves tnm the wh<^ coitf using 
bitttaMM? 

"Tte most fantastle tMng,' 
MM a sttlwtea grl «f ttw 

mTSmm 



"la MX. All 



for this, according to a leading 
theologian. Says Dr. Oswald 
Hoffmann of racHo's Lutheran 
Hour: "Peofrie are afraid to talk 
lest tNy disclose themsdves," 

It doesn't have to be this way. 
By following some basic, im- 
portant "do's" and "don'ts." 
you can avoid many of the most 
cmnmon and unnecessary child 
rearing blunders. 

DO recognize that no matt«- 
what y«j say, your real beliefs 
and valua will g^ throu^ to 
yow child. 

DON'T talk ck)wn thinp you 
want y(Kir child to believe in. If 
he hears you tell a iwlghbor ttat 
Ms teachw is Vtorlble" w that 
l^^iage study to "a wiMa of 
Mm." it wU b« harto for Mb 
la pay aMsatliB te tta tartar or 
ili^akr lari naMry ^ ^ 




facte, not just arbitrary rules 
based on facts, not Just ar- 
bitrary rules based on 
igwnrance. "They Just dont 
understand " is a common 
complaint amwig ehildrm about 
their parents, artd faUure to 
liitm ii often tije reasop for 
failure to tndovtMd, 

DON'T ban bdiavior solely on 
the basis that it is "wrong "; 
instead point out how the 
behavio* \m a good diance of 
lM(ttng to a bad remit: drup to 
addiction or to euphoria instead 
of work; promiscuity to hMrt- 
break, theft to disgrace: 
dan^rous friends to ^ysteal 
peril, 

DO s« u example iMteMi of 
JuM satttng rules. If you want 
yew 4*tti to ob^ fte law. obey 
Hm speed taws m the l^way 
If you mnt yow child to be a 
wton^bave a 
Ml. have «a 
|toad«gy»« 
tf iiminrir to 



make things better. It's in- 
credible how many people will 
seek dental help right away for a 
tooth that aches, yet go for ymn 
withcMit seekir^ help for a 
marriage that aches. 

DON'T be incomitt«)t in the 
punishment y«i administer. If a 
child can get away with it 
Wednesday he'll expect to get 
away with it 11iurs<tay ~ and be 
confused and conflicted if he 
can't. 

DO remember the basic 
teaching of Dr. Fr«l Kdler at 
Columbia University: all 
learnng must reward a "do" 
uid witMMrid reward from a 
"don't," This means that 
grumpiiv that a Tim rep<^ eari 
OmAd haM bem evM bmrn is 
Mrt wiM but a toUirt to raawd. 
Saying that a HrrMa nftm 
card "do«i't reafly mattor" 
wmM be fattuN to «4tMiM 
reward. 

DO tove rotos *M «• t^f ^ 



wjderstawl: *w®*wrt^|2 
tV; be h«ne by a qweuM 
hour; a specific «Mkl| 
allowaiu^; a spedte 
ofresponsibUltiMfor: 

chiMres. 

DONT drag chOdrw M« 
home problems *ar'^«*» 
hande and should Ml ha MM- 
dened with. Thira to mIImM 
point, for instaiMa, ta ifrgMM 
diUdrao tato tta haadarfm #1 

pave flMO^d erittt^f^^m 



Um cWldr« c» bt mm^g 
do to to Uttm P«» « •? 
momam Md 

nilM and 



wflaetoi^addt* 

brt alw til* y««r 
ttMMilvw ba wtoa 
Dr. IMtatn Inn 
'Itara to ae ballir 
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PAQE 6 



THE VIRGINIA BeACMWiW 



THUMDAY. »tPTtM»BW 9. 1»7| 



Beach School System Gains 
Teacher With Dixie Charm 



By Hden Crbt 

amp Wood's the type of 
^NiMyoH meet and feel as if 
yWhr* iDiown her all of your life. 

V!vi»ioiM and friendly, the 
tall l^vm«yed brunette is the 
wile of WlUiam H. (Bill) Wood, 
niv ilean of lUidents at Virginia 
WMkyan College. 

"I iove to be around petite," 
Mn. Wood says. "When I was 
groi^ up we always had a 
houw i^U of children coming in 
and out and I can never once 
remember hearing my mother 
say 'Don't come in right now.' " 

Home, for Sherry, was a 750 
acre farm in Carthage, 
Misaksippi. The daughter of Mr. 
wd Wn. T.H. Murphy, she is 
tiie yfiungest of six children; 
three boys and three girls. 

Her father was County 
Siqwrvisor, and their family had 
the honor of being chosen out- 
standing farm family in the 
state in 1968. 

"We all picked cotton," she 
recaib. "We'd plant in May and 
pick in September. Just as soon 
ai w€'d come home ft'om school, 
««'d get out in the fields " 

She remembers the wagons in 
the fields, with scales for 
«vighing the cotton. "About 300 
pounds a day was a good day's 
work for the field hands. Then at 
noon Daddy woukl set up a big 
taUe in back of the house and 
feed them all. and at the end of 
the day he wouM pay them their 
wiges." 

Now. of course, it's all dif- 
ferent. The whole farm is 
mechanized. And there are 
White Face and Black Angus 
cattle m the farm. And 30,000 
cMctens go to market every 
nine jiveeks. 





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"So Long MoOy" 



Skip and John Wood, with their mother, 
Mrs. William H. Wood, think it's just 
great that their dad has been named dean 
of students at Virginia Wesleyan College. 



"The boys think it's like a permanent 
vacation living at Virginia Beach," Mrs. 
Wood says. 



Molly, the neighborhood pet beagle of the James 
Pinlayson family at King's Grant on Quimby Road, knew 
something was amiss last week when the kids came out In 
brand new shoes and socks and dresses and wouldn't pal 
armmd with her. And when the big yellow school bus 



turned the corner and pulled up and all the kida started ^^ 
getting on it, M<rily knew the fun was over. Here. Linda 
Fusco. Tal Green and Robin Mowe console the portly 
Molly, whoee ears seem to droop ever Iowm*. 



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And it's a wonderful time for 
Sherry and her family - Bill and 
their sons, Skip, 8, and John 4, 
when they vacation on the farm. 
There are Shetland ponies to 
ride, and all the other ad- 
vantages of farm life. "But 
Bill's always been so busy that 
he'd never been able to spend 
much time there with us. We did 
have one week t(^ether there 
just before we came to the 
Beach though." 

Sierry and her husband met 
while both were summer em- 
ployed at Massanetta Springs 




la die above photo, as Sherry Murphy, senior at Univer- 
tfty el Mississippi Southern, Mrs. Wood was radiant as one 
ef 20 coeds, top beauttes, chosen for the Coronation Ball. 



Are You Apprehensive 
^^^^^hout Something^ 

By Rev. Joyce Kramo- 

Are you apprehenaive about some coming event? Do you 

Sad ^^wtf having a sense of dre^ regarding somethir^ 

^1 nostdo'' Are you fearful of making some choice when 

'yoaeaflBetsee what the final result will be? This may be a so- 

ealai Mtall rMetun, but Mtually it is unnecessary. 

MrtMl4tf dread, fear, «■ appreheuimi, declaim that God's 
_%ii^iOti brfoB^m malui^ easy awl successful your way . 
'tei IMI pt^anWi way for ^m. God is always with yog, 
Y«tt ita^ ca»^ ^t away from His Inflate, lovirg 
Wij« yw mvm m ne^tx to MknowMge His 
it is AaMMB* aa tf you are ^»arate ftwB Mm . 
iMb ttirt ^M are IB^ in God's low Ran your 
ftM la Sod nd an will be well 



MflV ANB mO^MTUL MY WAT. 




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Hotel. They were married in 
1958. 

They share the education 
field. While Bill is at Wesleyan, 
Sherry will be teaching Business 
Education at Indian River 
Senior High School. 

"I've taught ever since we've 
been married," she said. And 
four of those years were at the 
same school where her husband 
was principal. 

A tricky situation this, we 
would imagine. "Oh my, yes," 
she said. "We went out of our 
way not to be seen together. I 
wouldn't even eat lunch with 
him. In fact, I didn't realize how 
many extra duties Bill kept 
giving me so he wouldn't seem 
partial!" 

This was at Page County High 
School in the Shenandoah 
Valley. But of course all the 
students knew they were 
married, and when their first 
child was born, the students 
were so excited about it that 
they gave l»r a great big 
wonderful shower. 

Sherry's a graduate of 
University of Mississippi 
Southern, where she was a 
member of the famed Dixie 
Darlings, 65 high stepping 
maj(»ettes. She was a member 
of the band, a clarinetist, from 
the seventh grade through 
college. 

And after her marriage, she 
taught 60 youngsters to twirl the 
t)aton. . ."some even came to 
class with pacifiers in their 
mouths, they were that your%," 
she said. 

Noting her pretty features 
and vivacious manner we 
suggested that she may have 
been a beauty queen during her 
school years. She reluctantly 
admitted that at East Central 
Junior College, which she at- 
tended before going on to the 
University, she was May Qu^n. 
And at the University, she was 
one of 20 coeds selected for the 
Beauty Ball. 

"And do you know.'' she said 
with refreshing frankness, "I 
wore the same dress for both 
occasions and again when I was 
married?" For her wedding, she 
simply added sleeves to the 
gown. 

And so proud is Sherry's 
hometown of its local girls that 
when Bill was named Dean, the 
weekly paper. The Car- 
thaginian, headlined a story 
with: "Husband of Carthaginian 
Becomes Dean of Stu(knts at 
Virginia W^leyan College." 

So now they're sett^d In a 
comfortable raitth iMime in the 
Kempsville section. Already the 
boys are much at home and well 
acc^ainted in the nei^borhood. 

9)erry'8 taken up needlepant 
in her infrequent spare 
moments, and Bill is busy with 
his favwite hobby of carpentry. 

Their home reflects the 
results of his handiwork. In fact, 
a cwTier cabinet in the dinii^ 
rown impresses one as an an- 
tique upon fii^t glaiK^e He's 
mwtered the art cH chair- 
caning, and t<^ther he and 
Sherry have refinishMi several 
antiques, with more to foltow 

And Slwrry says she's 
deified tobc Hvii« in Virgima 
Beach ftit Own. she m the Unl 
of pers^ wiw could, w do^t, 
bt r^tt at iMme a^wh^ ^ 



'Antique ShopJIouiids' New YWCA Class 

•Q T *« lT».»v.». to 11 :30 A.M. Oil Painting Will be Slim and Trim, Mrs. Willie will be heU at the Princess Anne sbructor. The location and timi 



By Lois Harper 

A wide variety of fall classes 
has just been announced by tiie 
Virginia Beach Branch of the 
YWCA of the Tidewater Area. 

Classes have been scheduled 
at four convenient locations as 
follows: LeKies Methodist 
Church, 3560 Virgima Beach 
Vivd. (Davis Corner), First 
Presbyterian Church, 36th 
^reet and Pacific Avenue, the 
Princess Anne Plaza United 
Methodist Church, South Plaza 
Trail and the YWCA 
Headquarters, 3177 Virginia 
Beach Boulevard at the rear of 
the Princess Theatre. 

Registration will be held at 
LeKies Church, September 13 
from 10:00 to noon for the 
classes which begin September 
20 and end November 8. They 
are two hour sessions from 9:30 



to 11 : 30 A.M. Oil Painting \itHll be 
taught by Mrs. Es telle Dupre 
and Knitting by Mrs. Virginia 
AUen. 

Registration will be heki at the 
Weight WatcheBs Room ad- 
jacent to |he YWCA 
headquarters in the Princess 
Theatre on September 14 also 
from 10:00 to Noon. Classes will 
commence at this location the 
week of September 20 and 
terminate the week of 
November 8. The schedule in- 
cludes Beginner, Intermediate 
and Advanced Bridge with Mrs. 
Theod(x-a Estes as instructs; 
Macrame, VLn. Joan Griffin; 
Astrology fen- Fun, Mn. Vicki 
Greene; Needlepoint, Rug 
Braiding and Beading, Mrs. 
Anne WilfcMtl; Antique Board 
Pictures and Decorative 
Painting; Beginners Oil 
Painting, Mrs. Estelle Dupre; 



Easter Seals Society 
Sets Fashion Show 



The Easter Seals Society will sponsor "Autumn Assemblage," a 
fashion show by Miller and Rhoads on September 22 at 8: IS p.m. at 
the Cavalier ballroom. The society aids crippled children and 
adults, and the proceeds from the fashion show will benefit its 
buildii^ fund. 

Committee officers for the show are: Mrs. Mabel Owen, chair- 
man; James Kontapanos, vice chairman; Mrs. Cornell Berry, 
secretary; Jackson Tignw, treasurer; Mrs. Sierman BuUis! 
patrons; Mrs. E.A. Hoffmeister, hosi»tality. 

Following the show, Mrs. Hoffmeister will be hostess to a social 
hour on the pool I m^y i^ 

Tickets may be obtained ft'om Miller and Rhoads stores and from 
Soc.iety members . They are also available at the door. 

Charm School Associates will furnish models. 

Local men will model men's fashions: Dr. Ralph V. Lahaie, E.V 
Brickell, William GwTito. Capt. William Hardcastle, CoJ. Lowell 
HutsOT. Capt. John Ford, Capt. Alwyn Smith, Allen Murphy. 

Also: The Rev. Randolph Arrington (former minister at Scott 
Memorial Methodist Church, who was transferred to Richmond but 
will be back specif icaUy to model) ; Jim Sadler, Albin Mailhes and 
Richard Hudson, Jr. 



sum aixi Trim, Mrs. WiUie 
Aliotd. The evening offerings 
are: Coed BBridge with Mrs. 
James Helmer as instructor and 
Yoga with Mrs. Dell Barton. 

Registration at the First 
Presbyterian C^urc() h^p been 
scheduled for September 15 
from ip;00 to Noon. Classes 
being Offered are: Beginner 
Bridge,/ Mrs. Theodora Estes; 
Trimnastics, Mrs. Marilyn 
Kkintop; Beginner Oils, Mrs. 
Estelle Dupre; Advanced Oils, 
Mrs. Reitha Sedel and 
Needlework Design for Ad- 
vanced Shidents, Mrs. Jeanne 
Allen. 

Nursery service will be 
available for pre-school cMldren 
at First Prnbyterian Church 
and will also be offered at 
LeKies MethodUt Church if 
tfiere is sufflcient demand. 

"Tuning In To Your Children" 
is a new_offering this fall and 



will be heU at the Princess Anne 
Plaza United Methodist Church. 
It is an eight week Mries 
planned for mothers of chUdren 
aged 6 to 12 years to hei^ them in 
finding answers to the m^ny 
baffling question^ o^ child 
rearing. Professional leadersMp 
wiU be provided by the Chlkl and 
Family Services Agency. 
Nursery service will be 
available. 

"Antfque Shop Hoiinds" is 
another new series on How, 
What and Where to bitX antiques 
and will feature the f<dlowing 
experts: Mrs. Charles Kelley of 
Princess Anne Antique, Mr. J. 
Thomas n«wer of Brewer'a 
Antiques, Mrs. Norman K. 
BrowM ci Town or Country andf 
Mrs. W. Emmett Kyle, weU- 
known Tidewater historian. 

G(df has been scheduled at the 
Stumpy Lake Gdf Course with 
Clarence Underwood at tn- 



sbructor. The location and time 
for tennis will be announced at a. 
later date. Nancy Batchekler 
will be the instructs. 

A special that promises to be 
especially interesting is a 
Gourmet Demonatration on 
September 27 at 10:00 A.M. at 
the Cavalier Hotel. Chef Peter 
Braun, a native of Germany, 
will demonstrate how to bring 
classical dishes of Europe into 
American kitehens. 

Interested persons may 
roister at any one of three 
locations or any of the cUuwes 
being offered. Mail r^istratioas 
are also being accepted. ThoaaA 
wishing furtfier informati<^ 
may call the ^%ginia Beach 
Branch at 340-3131. 

Registrations for fall swim- . 
ndng classes will continue to be* 
taken on Wednesdays ttpa^M 
to 4:00 at the Y^ 
headquarters. . 






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of Cfoanlfig 

Why buy all new outfit* when 
yye can add new life to your 
preiant wsrdrt^f Our ox- 
pert dry clMnlnf helps l<a^ 
Khooi ctothes fresh and new- 
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MOM Hall 'hat a great ai^oach to llfe....tho vwsatli^ 
practlcil, and iMiisttonal Hrtt% Sultl Come see out 
nMintflcent coltectlon In Fall's newest falMrlcs and 
ihadet. WWh a Rose Hall Fs*ton, you do everythlnf 
k% yeat ttylel 

If She's One Of A Kind... Shift One Of Ourt 

ROSE HAU SHOPS 

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Virginia Beach Turns 
Out For Its Surfers 





PHOTOS and TEXT 
JON SAGESTER 



A part of competing is preparation as Steve Estes, Mike Irving and Mike 
Pendleton show while waxing their boards prior to entering the Junior 
Men's IMvision. 




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WHAT It's all about—Young spectators watch as surfers put their best foot fwward 
during last weekend's "Fnn In llie Sun" events at Camp Pendleton. 






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Booking over the llneup to see what 
^e competition might be tike is Usa 
'Bryan, Emmemtt Keene and Sal 
Marchione. Sal's brother, Dean 
doesn't seem too interested in who is 
competliig. 



SIGN of the times-Christian Binford seems to be enjoying the brushing «f 
Amy Fisher. Getting a chuckle out of the situation is Kim Litz (left) and 
Kendall Crawford (right). 






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LEADING a dogs life. 'Zephyr' finds 
shade where he can under a surfboard 
belonging to Bill Foote. Watching him is 
Debbie Smith his owner. 



LEAVING the water after competing 
in the Men's Division is Pete Dodey. 



The Virginia Beach 
Jaycees, known for getting the 
Job done, came through again 
In producing the Ninth Annual 
East Coast Surfing Cham- 
pionships. 

Bucking a near hurricane 
the night before, they brought 
together a governor, a queen, 
and a beach full of spectators 
to witness a fast-moving, well- 
planned weekend. 

Conditions at Camp Pen- 
dleton were near perfect, 
including the weather. While 
the surf may not have been 
what everyone desired, even 
the Jaycees can't control the 
elements. 

There was something for 
everyone including trophies 
for the winners of the various 
divisions and accolades for all 
who participated. 




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Beach Football Action fcontinu«i/h>mftfl» 9) 




Chris Paphites and Mike 
O'Riley; and Richard Hogwe, 
George Myers.and Jerry Pontes 
on defense. 

First Colonial, with one vic- 
tory already notched on 
their helmets, will have to be 
rated as the favorite, although 
Granby will have to be con- 
sidered as a possibly tough 
opponent. 

OSCAR SMITH AT KELLAM. 
Kellam's strength lies in their 
offoisive backfields and in the 
tackle slots. Chuck Edwards will 
be entering his second season as 
varsity signal caller. Al Morris, 
at 6'1" and 190 pounds, is a 
threat at both back and end 
positions. Gerald Jackson, a 200 
pound fullback, and, halfbacks 
Mike Delio and Joe Stray round 
oiit possible backfield standouts. 

David Marquette, at six feet, 
210 pounds, and George Irby, 
6'1" and 210 pounds, fill the 
tackle positions. Others 
probably freaking into the 
starting unit& will be center 
Steve Hailed, guards Tommy 
Currin and Joe Backo, tackle 
Chris Jackson, end Casey 
Mallard, and defensive men 
Mike Tate, David Coffey, John 
Akims, Scott Laden, Otis 
Etheridge, and Steve Boggs. 

Oscar Smith will be a tough 
opponent this year. Merle 
Norvell is back at quarterback. 



Backing him up wlU be a strong, 
experienced backfield with 
fullback Joe Owens, and iaU- 
backs Danny West, Floyd 
Roundtree, Mike Shivert, John 
Foster, and Jahmy Tisdale. End 
Keith Fager was the top 
receiver in the Southeastern 
District last year, and he wUl bt 
back again this year. 

The Knights of Kellam could 
pull out a narrow victwy if their 
defense plays an inspired game 
of football. Although Oscar 
Smith is expected to have a 
strong defense, a good mix of 
aerials and ground carries could 
break the Knights into the Tign* 
end zone. 

KEMPSVILLE AT LAKE 
TAYLOR Metro Park will be the 
scene of the clash between the 
Kempsville Chiefs and the 
Titans of Lake Taytor. Quar- 
terback Bill Paschall will be 
throwing a lot this year, and he 
has been right on-target in pre- 
season drills. One of his favorite 
receivers is 6*3" Jerry Inge, who 
will give defensive safetymen 
fits. 220 pound fullback Julius 
Hurdle should make a lot of 
gains up the middle. "Die Chiefs 
probaly have the fastest back- 
field in the District. 

Players to watch for the 
K'empsville Chiefs include 
linebacker Rich Scarper; 
centers Harold King and Robert 



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innsr ends Don Hauck, 
Craig Mathem, Norman Paters, 
Calvin Bracy, and Nat 
Richardson; tackles John 
Tuttle, a 200 pmtnder, and Tony 
Facenda.-ftt 6*1" and 117 
pounds; bacln Darryl Rodgnrs 
and Nick Arcese; guard Ridwrd 
IHivis; and <te(«nslve backs 
Mike Tate and David Caffey. 

Lake Taylor will be a for- 
midable opponmt. The Titans 
have an explosive badtfleld 
made up of quarterback Robert 
Mansfield, fullback Raymond 
Jones, and halfbacks George 
Ladikos and Leon Williams. Itie 
Titans are ejqiwcted to improve 
their 5-5 record of last year. 

This should prove to be a close 
contest. Both teams have good, 
tested offenses, and an adequate 
defensive unit. Kempsville 
should emerge the victor if their 
defensive unit can st(^ the Lake 
Taylor backfield. 

GREAT BRIDGE AT 
PRINCESS ANNE. The 
Cavaliers of Princess Anne 
should equal or better their 7-3 > 
1970 record. In the receiving 
department, 6'3" Tonuny Butts 
and speedster David VanPetten 
will be giving defensive 
safetymen headaches. The 
Cavaliers should also have a 
powerful backfield centering 
around halfbacks Ken Ahles and 
Joe Roenker. Three good can- 
didates at quarterback are 
Rodney Dayton, Mark Wilcox, 
and 67" Mike Ange. 



Princess Anne should also 
have a strong line with 6'2" 205 
pound Bryant Robinson, 9 foot 
205 David Mallory, and 6*2" 227 
pound Dennis Allard at tackle ; 
I^e Holt, a 200 pound six footer, 
at center; and Danny Allen and 
Dick Earyl at guard. 

Great Bridge always has a 
strong team, and this year will 
be no exception. They are 
considered good enough to beat 
Wilson out as Southeastern 
District champs. Great Bridge 
looks strong in both offensive 
and defensive units, and they 
have good depth, are big in size, 
and have a lot of experience. 

Mickey Carey, quarterback, 
and Dickey Carey, running 
back, are a tough combination. 
Dickey led the Wildcats in 
scoring last year. Stalwarts on 
the line will be tackles Mike 
Paspas, a 223 pound six 
tocler.and Eric Ball, at six feet 
and 205 pounds; guard Robert 
Bradshaw, at 225 pounds, and 
Warren O'Neal; and Mike 
Hudson at center. 

Both teams possess potent 
offensive weapons and more 
than adequate defensive units. 
Defense, however, should prove 
to be the key to the game. If 
Princess Anne can contain the 
Wildcat's single-wing offense, 
the Cavaliers will emerge the 
victor. 



TI^URSDAY. 8EPTEMBEJ 

Baptist Mens LaWII Awarcl 

Golf Tourney 



Uke Wright Golf C^rse will 
be the setting for the 1971 
Baptist Men's Golf Tournament. 
Tee off time is 2 p.m. on 
Saturday, September 25th. 

All area Baptist men are in- 
vited to parUclpate. The $10.00 
entry fee includes the greens 
fee, prizes, winner's trophy, and 
dinner at the end of play. An 
additional $4.00 will buy dinner 
for the wives. 

To enter, send name and entry 
fee to Marshall Cherry. 8021 
Lynnbrook Avenue, Norfolk, 
Virginia, 23518. 



As part of Naval Air Statloi(< 
Oceana's beautlficatlor 
program. Aviation Ord* 
nanceman (AO-1) MarshaU L.'] 
Pearson and his wife, Earline, 
received the Lawn of the Month 
Award for August. Pearson, of 
VA-34, resides at 4013-p Paul 
Jones Circle. He is the father of 
15 year old KenneU) Pearson. 

Runner up for the award was 
the family of Aviation 
Machinist's Mate Reciprocating 
Engine Mechanic (ADJ-1) 
Melvln Jones of VF-84. Tlje 
Jones reside at 40S6-E Uyte 
Court. 



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Mteon with klck-ofr to the Hampton Crabberi. 




Butch Foley throwi to speedster halfback Tyrone Uttle. 

Hompton Geh $hor^Hoif 
Of Fint Colonial's Wishbone 



Defense, whidi was Coach 
F^ank Webster's chief concern 
a|»out his 1971 Patriot team, 
seem to Jell quickly Friday ni^t 
ak First Colonial crushed the 
IMmpton Crabbers 24-13. 

•fhe defense stopped Hampton 
«p only ei^t first downs and a 
t(Stal of 172 offensive yards. 
Ffst Colonial intercepted three 
il^pton passes, two in the end 
iqtie by Jerry Pontes in the last 
qgsrter to preserve the win. 

vi^ Hogue stote^ the other 
[serial in the third quarter. A 
tshacious pass defoise held the 
[Clabbers to only one completed 
|lr yard pass in eight attonpts. 
'Hampton's Alex Hill, the 
sti's top scorer last year in 
school play, was held to 
lobly seventy yards in thirtem 
[tl^es and one touchdown. 
: Defensive standouts were 
lUd LsvrlKheff , Scott Davison, 
Bike Wareing, and Rick 
^nnano. LavrischeH made a 
Itautlful trip tackle to prevent a 
[lttnq>ton run-back, keying the 
drabbers deep in their own 
territory late in the game, 
davison broke throu^ the line 
continually harrassing Hamp- 
ton's backs, and he set up First 
Ck>lonial's third touchdown by 
Ittrdng a punt after stopping 
' Jabber quarterback Pete 
Aount deep in his own bedcfleld 
a k^ third down play, 
reing te-oke up a fourth 
irter rightsm^arget Hamp- 
9n pass in the end zone, 
^venUng a sure touchdown. 
Romano Unock up Blount and 
ttrced hhn out of action at a 
^ucial point in the fourth 



Rights: Sensattonal Patriot end Chris PaphltM recehrti 
a Butch Foley pass enroute to another touchdown. 




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was not too worried before 
game-time. He felt his offense 
could move the ball, and move 
the ball they did. The Patriot's 
Wishbone-T kept Hampton 
guessing and allowed the 
Patriots 332 yards and thirteen 
first downs. 

Quarterback Butch Foley was 
brilliant, completing five of 
seven passes for 130 yards and 
two touchdowns. Foley also ran 
one into the end zone himself 
from five yards out late in the 
game to ice the victory for his 
team. 

Mike O'Reilly hauled in a 
forty-five yarder for Foley's 
first touchdown pass of the 
night. Chris Paphites got the 
other, a twenty-eight yarder Just 
before the first half ended. 
Paphites, a junior, made great 
moves and catches all night, and 
he proved himself to be a stellar 
end in the season's first game. 

Balancing the air attack was 
Tyrone LitUe. The 5'8" IM 
pound runner electrified the 
crowd time after time u he 
ground out seventy-eight yards 
in fifteen carries. This speed^w- 
scored the season's first touch- 
down on an off-tackle four yard 
effort, climaxing a scoring drive 
the firsf time First Colonial got 
the football. 

Mainstays in tbe backfleld 
were Butch Flore, lU pound 
halfljack, who picked up forty- 
nine yards in nine carriw, and 
fullback Mike Wareing, with a 
net of seven yards in four 




Piledrivers 
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If the Piledrivers can win one 
more game, they will be 
crowned champions of the 
Amateur Softball Aiiodation's 
Slow Pitch Tournament. The 
local team is undefeated in 
national toumanMnt play held 
over Labor Day weekend bi 
Parma, Ohio. The championship 

Kme with defending dtami^on 
ttle Caesar's of Detroit, 
Midtigan, was rained out m me warn. ^ #^ 

Monday, forcing a post- After receiving his Bachelor SllDPr S^HrfiS 
ponement untti this Saturday of Arts from the Maine ^^\^* uva;iw*» 
i^t at I p.m. college, Hobart entered tttc 

The tournament Is a double Navy, moving to Oils area in 
elimbiation affair, and Little 1970. He lives in Norfolk with his 

wife, Ann, and son, Peter, Jr. 



Massachusetts, and college play 
at Colby, where he captained 
the team. 



A Record 67 



All Beach High Schools 
In Action rriday Night 

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Falcons are Atan Wtttttaii It S^SiH, ^*Z^ JIS"**'* 

rrandlMeoundi.itifftyighls i>mdi, but vi^ esdd v«y 

third yeaVlTTii^Tiifw weU hinge en *• letaiiive unit 

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carries. Wareing set up the first 
touchdown with an eighteen 
yard run. 

First Colonial was hit by a 
numbff of p«ialties, CMttau 
them at least me toudi^wn and 
possession d the ball. A Joe 
Williams interception was 
nullified by a flfteen-yarder. 

After the game, a happy 
Coach Webster said, "We ware 
rea^. The boys came to play 
football, and they did a great 
Job. Hampton has a real fine 
football team. We felt we had to 
dfset Hanurton's poww and 
their Alex Hill, who is 
everythbig they uid he is. Our 
boys played inq)ired football. 
Butch Foley had a ip>od ni^t. 
He's going to have a let of than 
this year." 

Concerning defense, Webster 
said he was "pleased except for 
a couple of breakdowns. Hill 
broke a coi^te ot tacklM, and I 
was unhanv with the way they 
scored. Th&y scored on two 
tmkaways uli^ we had &am 
contained on. I don't think they 
moved Uw ball conriitently on 
us, ami I'm hai^y about that. 
We gave than a ctrai^ (d vni 
brealn buide our twmty, and 
we still held them. So our 
(tefmse was a<toqu*te. It nme 
up to the ocn^Mi." 



Caesar's has already tasted 
defeat once in the series. To wbi, 
ttiey would have to win the 
games from the PtlfdHvers. 

At last month's local tour- 
nament in Oceana, local softbaU 
league commissioner Ned 
Cheely stated that the 
Piledrivers looked real good and 
should go all the way this year. 
It appears that he was ri^t. 

Four Beach Men 
OCABC Directors 

Tench H. Phillips, Jr., 
Frederick Napolitano, HaroldM. 
Stem, and Allan W. MltcheU 
have been named directors of 
the QMsapeake College Athletic 
Boosters Club. These prominent 
Beach citizens i^ill promote 
sports at the college, ttie only 
two-year Vbrginia College east 
of Roanoke with a varsity sports 
progmm. 

Goals of the club are to give 
icholarships. promote Cougar 
lamea, and to assist In adding 
now atiOetie faefl|tlee to the 
oampus. tlie new elid> starts a 
nembershlB drive next month, 
but in t er ee wd penooe are in- 
vited lolha tm peettng la the 
oollege Ubrary on September 
14th at 7:90 pm. 

MAS Tourney 
Honors Harvey 

Over 100 golftfs partieipated 
In last week's Naval Air SUtion 
Invitational Golf Tournament 
hoiiorii« Jack Harvey, courN The 18th annual Open 
profsasional. Harvey, who has Marlln Toumammt wUl be held 
beenoourseprosbieelMS, was in ocean City. Maryland, 
honored for hU outstanding Scptamber I3th throu^ the 
work hi building the golf course igth. If the merlin cooperate this 
to what it is today. year as they did in 1970, Ocean 

Captain John Ford, NAS aty wiU be ftUed with ecsUtlc 
Commanding Officer, and angltfs. Laat year, 4Se marlln, 
Captahi Hal Gemert, executive m by an WVi pound beauty, 
(rfflem*, invited civilian and were taken in four days 



SOCCIRSCHIDULE-mi 

leptembtr 3S ■ Old Dominion 
Unlverilty, Home, 2 p.m. 

October 2 -Norfolk Soccer 
Club, Away^ 2 p.m. 

October S • Wililem and 
Mary, Away, 3 p.m, 

October 9 • St, Andrtwi 
College, Home, } p.m, 

October IS ■ North Ctrollna 
Wealeyan, Hom«, 2 p.m. 

October if • Pembroke State 
University, Home, 3 p.m. 

October 33 • Mettiodiit 
Colleee, Awey, 2 p.m. 

October 76 ■ Hampden- 
lyOney College, Home, 3 p,m. 

October 28 ■ Oeoroe Maeon 
College, Away, 3 p.m, 

November S-S ■ O.i.A.C. 
Teurnement, North Ceroiina 
Wetieyan; Kocky Mount, North 
Carolina 

Cox's Morrisetle 
New A.F. Cadet 

James A. Morrlsette, a 
graduate ot Frank W. Cox Hif^ 
iehool, has been accepted into 
Ihe cadet wing of the U. S. Air 
Force Academy, While at Cox, 
he lettered in footbaU and in 
outdoor and indoor track. 

Morrisetta. son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Cecil E. Morrlsette, 4313 
Two Woods Road, Virginia 
Beach, has Just completed seven 
wadM of bask training, in- 
cluding simulated frontline 
«»nbat, survival instruction, 
and strenuous physical con- 
ditioning. 

Open MaHIn 
Toumanwnf 



Lee Trevino, America's 
current golfing super star, 
proved his title before a couple 



an p)m ^ 
vr tgl pound 

Arlington} gun 

and Jim GaiidMtit Mil MOM 
Jewell and Breoki WuUatnii 
and defeiialve beelii Terry 



Of thousand spectators at Red Bea^ Mfh lehoMl. flt^nitof ffSSvTJi^Sn^ 



Wing Lake Golf Course Tuesday 
afternoon, Trevino broke by one 
stroke the recmrd Cirtis Strange 
set the day before, a M. 
Trevino's record 97 lived up to 
expectations by Mine P.G.A. 
(M-o Jennings Hous^ who had 
predicted sudi e tow score by 
Trevino a month before. 

Siootlng a 34 on the ffont nine 
anda 33on the back nine did the 
job for Trevino. Sprinkled along 
ttie eighteen holes, was an ea^ 
on the eleventh, and four Wr* 
dies, Slhklng 20 foot putts 
seemed easy, at least Trevino 
made it look that way. 

His partners, also had good 
rounds, but Ttevino eleuiy 
showed the superior form. 
Gawle King had a (me under per 
71, Vlnny Giles was two under 
with a 70, and Curtis Strange 
had a Oiree over i^ 71. 

After playing the course, 
Trevino rated it as beittg one of 
the Ave bMt golf coiffses m ttie 
East Coast. EarUer la the day, 
he had designated HUtMrHead 
as Uie tougheet couth ne had 
ever played on. "A tni ha»> 
dicapper would have to have 
three dozen balls or be would 
have to stop after seven holee at 
Hilton-Head," Trevino stated. 

As to his hardest shot, Trevino 
said It was a straight on four- 
footer. "You can't make 
mlsUkes. You can make a 
mlsUke on left or right putts, 
but a straight-inner scares me to 
death." 

1 



for his ti^.., 
quarterb ilitJJ 
I'l", MS pOwd 
runnbig thriM^ 
doubly effective tl 
dler. 

Hie backfleld wtti be ^ 
weight, but fait. DM Buiid, 
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light- 



S4-1I vtetory ever MfiMen last 
we^iend. Stars INM im week's 
game include Patriot quar- 
toiM Bitt^ miyf becks 
Mike Waretng, mm, not, 
Tyrone Uttle,iuid Joe mulMm; 
Ibmnm lUek Itoeii^i Scott 
Davison, mm) (Hart Ltfiwy! ends 

(Continued on Ibfi I) 



Silver Anniversary 
For Cfyiter Bowl 



iMI-of the Oyster Bowl will be 
played on Fommaa Field Oc- 
tober Mb. Msm lisih DidM 
University wlH A«il <9aAiioii hi 

•sew BwaaeHwa ^^iwHn- ^ppw^wpw* 

Melvln T. BltMtaflllffl, Sr., 
started it all whMi he matdiad 
local ehaaipleB Qm^ with 
inolher M^ Khoa Mibi tim 
CUttott, New Jeney. amee that 
early gime, eettefrlNibf with 
local lAtanit^lMri iMHte 
featured. Me mm mm ^ 
their sbtth win la tMs ap- 
pearaaoe, ttwir oMh for the 
Oyster Boed. 

Last week Bleeeingham 
stated, "I have been very 
pleased with the sei'lea. Over a 
million and a h^ deOait has 
raised for the nineteen 



soon 



retired military personnel as 
well as active duty military men 
to partieipate. The tourney was 
a beet btf of the foursome teem 
event. Awarda were preeented 
at a banquet foUowIng play, and 
Virginia Beach Mayor Donald 
Rhodes was on hand to 



Boat entry fM tor Uie Ocean 
City tournament is 1100,00. 
Rules and additional In- 
formation can be obtained by 
writing or calling the tourney's 
sponsor, the Ocean City Marlln 
Club, 200 St. Louis Avmue, 
Ocean City, Maryland, 21842. 
TlMlr phone numb«r U Ml-289- 

f5ie. 



congratulate tto winners. 

Jin Epiey, Lee IQett, Leonard 
Chrlale. and Mel Hobart tied for 

first ptaee honors with the teem Draff Winil^S 

ofHopWetmore,DofiHahn,Rex ^ 

Jonee. and BiU QlUeece. Both winners in the Saturday night 

had a beet ball score of M. races at Virginia Beach 

Second idaoe also ended in a Dragway at Creeds were: top 

tie, two strokes off the pace, stock eliminator, Alfred 

with a M. Jack DoweU, Jeff Cousins, Chevy, 12.27 e.t., 107 

Bownun, ^Hm MeP«nin, and n).p.h.; street ellmbsator, Brian 

Col. Hutaon tied with the team of Hall and Jerry Mackln, Chevy, 



1^ Gray, BUI McMfllan, Ed 
Rogers, and Jack McBHen. 

Jten Herderson had the best 
low gross soore of 70. Leonard 
Crisie's N woo tN tow net 
honors. Jim Baker had the 
longeet drive of the day, a 247 
yarder. Jim DIven's tee shot to 
within 10 feet of the pin won the 
nearMt to pbi awtfd. 



12.06 e.t.. 118.30 m,p.h,; 
rtwwroom stock, Phillip Jones, 
Do<l^e, 14.28 e.t., 87.60 m.p.h.; 
and Mr. Stock eliminator, Jack 
Fatearona, Che^, 17.50 e.t., 81 
m.D.h. 




the Shriners speoser." 

On TMSday, ihe Atlantic 
Coast CoMlveMe releaeed ^ 
natfei of the elflelala Isr the 
eontest. Referee Don Saffrlt 
(Lenoir Rl^ae} wffl to eseisted 
by Umpire Itay Meore (unat- 
tMhed), Llnifman Paul 
Gtrolamo (C^raell), Field 
jMdis Jlmn^ Beieir (Aubwn), 
idek Judge Watt»i INrke 
tWsii^, |U^CI«lk Wmie R 
D. Menton, Jt. (LoMU). 

TIeketa fer the eeieiM game, 
wMcb uwaDy Is a sdtout, are 
stiU avaUa^ at the main 
Oyster Bowl tieket office et 821 
West 28th Street bi Norfolk, or 
th^ cen be inirdiesed h»t af 
die Beach at Wal^ Furniture 
Company, 435 Virginia Beach 
Boidevard, 



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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1971 



Notices 



'Legal Notices 



* Legal Nonces 



i imtll vtHielt tf^U'^ £" 
c«rtfM fMntrf y lowttd st th« 
NtHtiiNtt MPntr of Sputhtrn 
MvNVtrd Md SykM Avwut, 
pgwiliif • dlitwct Of 768 fMt 

if lykM Avwut, runnlnB a 
dMtanet tf R' f*«^ •io"B *i^* 
•ivfMrfl ppontrty iln* o< which 
^Int mort or itw i» th. 
mm iltft of Southirn 
Mi^mrdf running a dlitanco 
^710 fttt mora or Itii along 
1f«t WHtarn Ofoparty ilna and 
rvnnliHI a dlitanct of 127 fatt 
mora or law along the Northarn 
IMPOjWrty lino. Said proparty 
contains 13.3 mora or lata 
acraa, 

PtrttoJ 2: Chanfit of ,2onlng 
Hmt llatldenca papiex district 
i (no 2) to Geharai liMdtJStrial 
DIatrlct 3 (Ml 3) : Bagmning at 
a p^lnt 269 faat mora or less 
I Waft of Sykes Avenue and 
' ninning a distanc.e of 568 feet 
mora or less along the Southern 
proparty line of which 278 feet 
mora or lass is the North side of 
Southern Boulevard, running a 
distance of 780 feet more or less 
along the Western property 
Ilna, running a distance of 558 
faat mora or less along the 
, Norlf^arn proparty line and 
running a distance of 760 feet 
mora or lass along the Eastern 
proparty line. Said zoning 
enanga includes a portion of 
im 44 and 4S, Piat of Oceana 
Oardani. (Oceana Gardens 
Araa). lynnhaven 
MOROUOH. 

1*. . 

Application of Lucille B. Potter, 
at its by W. Shepard BDrewry, 
Attorney, for a Use Permit to 
■ operate a gasoline supply 
station on certain property 
located at the Northeast corner 
of Laskin Road and First 
Colonial Road, running a 
distance of 179 feet along the 
North side of LaSkIn Road, 
running a distance of 170 feet 
along the East side of First 
Colonial Road, running a 
distance of 180 feet along the 
Northern property line and 
running a distance of 160 feet 
along the Eastern property 
llnro. (Hilltop Area). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 
17. 

Application of Acquisitions, 
Inc., for a yse Permit to con- 
struct 36 Apartment units 
on certain property be- 
ginning at a point 370 
ftf^t more or less 
Wast of Barberton Drive, 
running a distance of 213 feet 
along the South side of 24th 
S^at, running a distance of 
195.7 feet along the Western 
property line, running a. 
distance of 187.75 feet along the 
Southern property line, and 
running a distance of 250 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line. Said property contains 1.2 
acres and is known as Lots 1 
through 6 and 28 through 33, 
Slock 4, Plat of Woodland. 
(Woodland Area). LYNN 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 
18. 

Application of M. E. and 
Tlialma B. Gilbert for a Use 
Permit for a 71-site recreation 
campground on certain prop- 
erty located on the 
North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, beginning at 
a point 780 feet more or less 
West of Jefferson Avenue, 
running a distance of 240 feet 
along the Southern property 
line of which 160 feet is the 
North side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance 
of 653 feet along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 284.5 feet along the 
South side of 19th Street Ex 
tended and running a distance 
of 667 feet along the Eastern 
property line. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 
19. 

Application of London Bridge 
Estates by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a Use Permit to 
construct 320 townhouses on 
certain property located on the 
South side of Reagan Avenue 
and East and West sides of 
Wayman Lane, running a 
distance of 1668 feet more or 
less along the South side of 
Reagan Avenue of which 938 
feet is East of AAWayman Lane 
and 740 feet is West of Wayman 
Lane, running a distance of 835 
feetalong the Western property 
line, and running a distance of 
1458 feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line. Said 
property is triangular in shape. 
Plats with more detailed in- 
formation are available in the 
Office of the Department of 
City Planning. Said property 
contains 11.65 acres. (London 
Bridge Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH 
20. 

Application of Lynnhaven 
Building Supply Corp., for the 
discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of a portion of 
"B" Street beginning at a point 
934 feet West of Regency Drive 
and 159.35 feet North of 
Westminster Lane and North of 
Dunbarton Drive extending In a 
NiCN'theriy direction a distance 
of 525 feet more or less as 
shown on the Street Dedication 
and Closure Plat of Regency iv 
dated 7 30-71 by Tatbot, Wer- 
mars, and Standing, LTD. 
(Regency Apartments Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

21. 

Application of John T. Atkinson 
for a Clianga of Zoning from 
ResMwiea Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) and a 
Use Permit to construct 104 
apartment units on certain 
^oparty beginning at a point 
3M faat Soutti of Laskin Road 
and 185 feet East of PFremac 
Drive on the North side of 
Linkhorn Circle, running a 
distanca of 476 faat along the 
NortHam pri^erty line of which 
167 fatt n the South side of 
UlnWiOfn Circle and running a 
dittMca 91 733 feat along the 
iastam pr^erty line, running 
a dhtaoca of 661 faat along tho 
Seutkarn ^^wty line, running 
a diatanca af S)1 feat along tha 
Waattrn pr^arty line of which 
IN faM It tha last side of 
Pfvmac Briva. Saw ^oparty Is 
tmomn as LOM IS through 19, 
Plat M ^rtmM Lake Viores. 
(Fremac Sh^ai Area). 
LYNNHAVIN BOROUGH 



32. 

Application of P. Wayne 
McLaskay for a Change of 
Zoning from Multiple Family 
Realdenca District (R-M) with 
• Motal and Tourist (T-1) 
Supi»lamant and Ulmltad 
commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
to Oaneral Commercial District 
3 (CO 3) and a Use Permit for 
gasoline supply station and 
automotive sales and service to 
Include tiraa, batteries and 
automotive accessories on 
certain proparty located on tha 
North side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard at the Intersection, 
with North Lynnhaven Road. 
Parcel 1: Change of zoning 
from R-M with a T-l Sup- 
plement to C -Li: Beginning at a 
point on tha North side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 600 
feet more or less East of tha 
intersection with North Lynn- 
haven Road, running a 
distance of 1130 feet more or 
less along the Southern 
property line of which 310 feet is 
the North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running a 
distance of 783 feet along the 
Eastern proparty line, running 
a distance of 736 feet along the 
Northern property line and 
running a distance of 700 feet 
more or less along the Western 
property line. Said property is 
L shaped, and excludes Parcel 
3. 

Parcel 2: Change of zoning 
from C-L 1 to C-G 3 and a Use 
Permit for Gasoline Supply 
Station: Beginning at a point 
460 feet more or less East of the 
intersection of North Lynn- 
haven Road and Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, and running 
a distance of 56 feet along the 
North side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Said parcel Is 
described as 56 feet by 54 feet. 
Parcel 3: Change of zoning 
from R-M with a T-1 Sup- 
plement to C-G 3 and a Use 
Permit for automotive sales 
and service to include tires, 
batteries and automotive ac- 
cessories beginning at a point 
520 feet more or less North of 
the Intersection of North 
Lynnhaven Road and Virginia 
Beach Boulevard at the Nor- 
thwest portion described as 116 
feet by 35 feet of the proposed 
building shown on plats with 
more detailed information 
available in the Office of the 
Department of City Planning. 
(Chesopeian Colony Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH.. 

PUNGO BOROUGH 
23. 

Application of Trustees of Rock 
Church by William F. Burnside, 
Attorney, for a Use Permit for a 
church, religious education and 
rehabilitation center on certain 
property beginning at a point 
2200 feet more or less Southeast 
of the intersection of Princess 
Anne Road and Pocahontas 
Club^Read and 1253 faat East of 
Pocahontas Club Road, running 
a distance of 778 feet along the 
Western property line, running 
a distance of 1292 feet along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 1398 feet along the 
Eastern property line of which 
1187 feet is the Western bank of 
Back Bay and running a 
distance of 2382 feet along the 
Southern property line. (Morse 
Point Area). PUNGO 

BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 
24. 

Application of Alphonzo T. 
Swann, etux, et al for a Change 
of Zoning from Residence 
Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(C L 3) on certain property 
beginning at a point 487 feet 
more or less West of in- 
dependence Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 226 feet along 
the North side of Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 280 feet 
along the Western property 
line, running a distance of 383 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line. Said 
property is triangular in shape 
and contains 38,300 square feet. 
(Pocahontas Village Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
25. 

Application of Alphonzo T. 
Swann, etux, et al for a 
Change of Zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 2 (R- 
D 2) to General Commercial 
District 3 (C-G 3) on certain 
property located, beginning at 
a point 425 feet more or less 
West of Independence. 
Boulevard running a distance 
of 205 feet along the South side 
of Bonney Road, running a 
distance of 206 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 127 feet along the 
Southern property line, and 
running a distance of 138 feet 
along the Western property 
line. Said property contains 
27,809 square feet. (Pocahontas 
Village Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 
26. 

Application of Lois Marie Hill, 
by Lee Kelbarg, Attorney, for a 
Change of Zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) on certain 
property beginning at a point 
400 feet more or less North of 
Princess Anne Road, running a 
distance of 127.70 feet along the 
West side of South Parliament 
Drive, running a distance of 213 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 144.M feet along the 
Western property line, running 
a distance of 213.65 feet along 
the Southern property line (30- 
foot private road). (Carolanna 
Farm; RIdglaa Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 
27, 

Application of Joseph L. 
Swanson tor a Use Permit to 
stable on* horse on certain 
(K-operty located on the North 
side of Normandy Avenue 
across from Avalon AvenuA, 
running a distance of 196.64 feat 
along the North side of Nor- 
mandy Avenue, running a 
distanca of 131S faat man or 
less along tha Western proparty 
line, Running a distanca of 1*0 
feet more or laaa along tha 
Northern pr^arty llnti tiM 
running i #litinca 9l mt fttf 
more or law along tha CMtam 
proparty Una. Said proparty 
»ntalna S.r »cras mora or law. 
(Woods of Avalon ArM). 



KfMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
28. 

Application of Tha Church of 
Jesus Christ of Lattar-Day- 
Salnts for a Use Permit to 
construct a church on certain 
property located between 
Princess Anna Road and 
Master Avenue and between 
Edwin Drive and Tuscon Road. 
Said proparty is located in 
Larkspur Section 3 of Kemp- 
svilla Meadows, Parcel B, and 
contains 4.73 acres. (Larkspur 

Araa). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 
29. 

Application of Level Green 
Corporation for Changes of 
Zoning and Use Permit on the 
following parcels of land 
located on the South side of 
Indian River Road and East 
and Wast of interstate 64. 
Parcel A: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (RD 1) with a Motel, Tourist 
and Restaurant (T.2) Sup- 
plement to General Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-G 3) ; said 
parcel contains 2,8 acres. Use 
Permit to construct a gasoline 
supply station on a portion of 
Parcel A located at the Nor 
theast intersection of Cen- 
tervilie Turnpike and Interstate 
64, running a distance of 150 
feet more or less on the North 
side of > Centervllle Turnpike 
and running a distance of 158 
feet along the East side of in- 
terstate 64 and running a 
distance of 131 feet along the 
Northern property line. Said 
parcel is triangular in shape. 

Parcel B:. change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) to General Industrial 
District 3 (Ml 3); said parcel 
contains 61. 1 acres. 

Parcel C: Change of zoning 
from General Commercial 
District 3 (C-G 3) to General 
Industrial District 3 (Ml 3); 
said parcel contains 28 acres. 

Parcel D: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) to Multiple Family 
Residence District (RM(; said 
parcel contains 61.8 acres. 

Parcel E: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-L 3); said 
parcel contains 2.44 acres. 

Parcel E-1: diangc of zoning 
from Limited Commercial 
Dish-ict 2 (C-L 2) to Limited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 3); 
said parcel contains 1.16 acres. 

Parcel F: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (RD 1) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-L 3); said 
parcel contains 4.1 acres. 
Parcel G: Change of zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
1 (RD 1) to Residence 
Suburban District 4 (R-S 4); 
said parcel contains 17.5 acres. 

Parcel H : Change of ' zoning 
from Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) to 
Residence Suburban District 4 
(R-S 4); said parcel contains 
T4.1 acres. 

Plats with more detailed in- 
formation are available In the 
Office of the Department of 
City Planning. (Barretts 
Corner, Woodhaven-Newllght 
Areas). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

30. 

Application of Windsor Holland 
Company for a Use Permit to 
construct 392 townhouses on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 2700 feet more or less East 
of South Plaza Trail Extended 
and 200 feet more or less North 
of Holland Raod, running a 
distance of 913.38 feet along the 
East side of Windsor Oaks 
Boulevard (Proposed), running 
a distance of 1458.46 feet along 
tha Northern property line and 
running a distance of 1325 feet 
along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 910 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line. Said 
property contains 32.18 acres. 
(Windsor Oaks West Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

31. 

Application of James L. Jar- 
nlgan for a Change of Zoning 
from Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R- 
M)anda Use Permit to operate 
a nursing home on certain 
property beginning at a point 
342 feet South of Princess Anne 
Road at the Southern extremity 
of Forest Street runnlno a 
distance of 710 feet along the 
Western property line, running a 
distance of 715 feet along the 
Northern property line of which 
192 feet is' the South side of 
Princess Anne Road, running a 
distance of 948.9 feet along the 
Eastern property Una and 
running a distance of 41) faat 
along the Southern property 
line. (Kempsvllie Parkway 
Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH- 
32. 

Application of Virginia Beach 
Campground, Inc., for a Use 
Permit to operate 400 camping 
sites with related facilities on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 850 feet more or less 
North of Prosperity Road as It 
extends East and West and 
running a distance of 1794 feet 
more or less along ttre East side 
of General Booth Boulevard, 
running a distance of 138S feet 
more or less along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 1188 feet more or 
lass along the Eastern proparty 
line of which 848 feet mora or 
less is the Wast sida of 
Prosperity Road (as It extends 
North and South). Said 
property contains 52 acres. 
(KOA Campgrounds Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
33. 

Application of Virginia electric 
and Power Co., for a Um 
Parmit to ifittall an tlactrle 
tt'anMormw station on certain 
9r9$»rt)f beginning at a point 
M)0 Mat mora or loss South of 
Holland Road running a 



distance of 103.99 feet along the 
East side of Proposed 
Rosemont Road Extended, 
running a distance of 105. 7S feet 
along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 
100.16 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a 
distance of 82.95 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said 
property contains 0.216 acres. 
(Pecan Gardens Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH, 
34. 

Application of Green Run 
Corporation for a Use Permit to 
construct 1014 apartments and 
townhouses on certain property 
located in Phases 1 and 2 of the 
Green Run Planned Unit 
Development which Is located 
West of Holland Road and 
North and South of South 
Lynnhaven Road Extended as 
follows: 

Part 1: 138 apartment units in 

Phase 1 

Part 2: 323 apartment units in 

Phase 2 

Part 3; 133 Townhouse 

Units in phase i 

Part 4: 210 townhouse units in 

Phase 1 

Part 5: 210 townhouse units in 

Phase 3. 

Plats w4th more detailed in- 
formation are available In the 
Office of the Department of 
City Planning. (Green Run 
Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

All interested persons are in- 
vited to attend. 



Charles C.Carrington 
Director of Planning 



9-2 2-T 



Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach will be held in the 
Council Chambers of the Ad 
ministration Building, City 
Hail, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
Monday, September 20, 1971, at 
10:00 A.M. at which time the 
following applications fur 
changes of zoning, use permits, 
etc., will be heard: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

1. Application of Joseph F. 
Lyie, Jr., and Michael E. 
Bowerman for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S3) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
District (R-M) on certain 
property located at the 
Southeast corner of Barberton 
Drive and C Street (23rd 
Street), running a distance of 
195 feet along the South side of 
C Street (23rd Street), running 
a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line of which 
70 feet is the East side of 
Barberton Drive, running a 
distance of 195.6 feet along the 
Southern property line and 
running a distance of 133.88 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line. Said property Is known as 
Lots 1, 27 It, 12, BiockTl, Plat of 
Woodland (Woodland Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

2. Application of Joseph F. 
Lvie, Jr., and Albert E. Viola 
for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to Multiple 
Family Residence District {R 
N\) on certain property 
beginning at a point 37.5 feet 
North of C Street (23rd Street) 
and running a distance of 105 
feet along the West side of 
Barberton Drive, running a 
distance of 125 feet along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 105 feet along the 
Eastern property line and 
running a distance of 125 feet 
along the Southern property 
line. Said property is known as 
Lots 17, 18 and 19, Block 4, Plat 
of Woodland. (Woodland Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH, 

3. Application of Joseph F. 
Lyie, Jr., and Woodland Beach 
Development Corporation for a 



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CHANGE OF ZONINO from 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(RS 3) to Multiple Family 

Residence District' (RM) on 
certain property located on the 
Northeast corner of C Street 
(23rd Street) and Barberton 
Drive running a distance of 300 
feet along the North side of C 
Street. (23 rd Street) running a 
distance of 125 feet along the 
Western property line of which 
72.5 feet is the East side of 
Barberton Drive, running a 
distance of 300 feet along 
the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 125 
feet along the Eastern property 
line. Said property is known as 
Lots 6, 7, and 34 through 38, 
Block 10, Plat of Woodland 
(Woodland Ares). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

4, Application of Sam B. 
Archbell for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from One Family 
Residence District (R-1) to 
General Business District (B-2) 
and a USE PERMIT to operate 
a marina and associated en 
terprises on certain property 
located on the Southwest corner 
of Winston Salem Avenue and 
Arctic Avenue, running a 
distance of 55 feet along the 
South side of Winston Salem 
Avenue, running a distance of 
210 feet aiono the South side of 
Artie Avenue, running 
a distance of 55 feet along 
the Southern property line and 
running a distance of 210 feet 
along the Western property 
line. Said property Is known' as 
Lots 1 and 2, Block 18, Plat of 
Shore Acres, (Rudee Inlet 
Area). VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

5, Application of Robert L. 
Mott by John E. Sirlne and 
Associates for a CHANGE 0F» 

' ZONING from Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) and 
Agricultural District (A-R) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(C-L 3) and General Com- 
mercial District 3 (C-G 3) and a 
USE PERMIT to operate a 
gasoline supply station on 
certain property located East 
of South Lynnhaven Road 
across from Ole Towne Lane 
(Extended) at the intersection 
of South Lynnhaven Road 
Relocated as it extends both 
Northwest and Northeast. Said 
property Is triangular in shape. 

Parcel 1: Change of zoning 
from R-M and A-R to C-G 3 and 
a Use Permit to operate a 
gasoline supply station: 
Beginning at a point 168.54 feet 
South of a point located 200 feet 
East of Ole Towne Lane and 
extending from that point South 
to the intersection of South 
Lynnhaven Road Relocated as 
it extends both Northwest and 
Northeast. Said property is 200 
feet by 200 feet and contains 
.916 acres. 

Parcel 2: Change of zoning 
from R-M to C-L 3: Beginning 
at a point 200 feet from the 
intersection of- South Lyn- 
nhaven Road Relocated as it 
extends both Northwest and 
Northeast and running a 
distance of 506 feet along the 
Western porperty line,running 
a distance of 1150 feet along the 
Northern property line and 
running a distance of 751 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line. Said property contains 6.9 
acres more or less. (Magic 
Hollow Area-Princess Anne 
Plaza Area). Plats with more 
detailed information are 
available in the Office of the 
Department of City Planning. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

6, Application of Green Run 
Corp. of Virginia for a USE 
PERMIT to construct two 
sewage pumping stations 
located in Phase 2 of the Green 
Run Planned Unit OOvelop- 
ment,. Site l is located on a 
parcel of land 55 feet by 66 feet 
at the intersection of South 
Lynnhaven Road Extended 



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Classified Advertising \ 




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furnished one bedroom 
apartment or efficiency. 
Preferrably year rouna. 
Phone 428-5531. 

For Rent: Furnished Apt, 
Separate entrances first 
floor. Business Lady or young 
couple. CaU 428-5942 

House for Rent to Service 
couple. One block from 
ocean. Call after 12 noon. 428- 
6713. 

ANTIQUES--AND SALVAGE; 
CLEAN-UP SALE. ALAD- 
DIN'S LAMP ANTIQUES. 
464-6344. ROBBIN'S COR- 
NER. HURRY!!! 

Land for Sale-2 waterfront lots 
in Albemarle Shores- 
Sacrifice!! $2500.00 and 
Assume. 486-4637. 

For Sale-Monitor Travel 
Trailer-18 ft. Self-contained, 
hot water heater, furnace, 
electric tx-akes. S2700.00. 486- 
4837. 



ATTENTION ALL HOTEL, 
MOTEL AND HOME 
OWNERS Special fall 
cleanup and close up. 25% 
discount for all work done in 
the next 60 days. Chimney 
Sweeping and fire place 
repair. Dampers installed or 
fixed. Furnace cleaning. 
Atlantic Builders It Main- 
tenance. Call 428-7350. 



and Rosemont Road Extended. 
Site 2 is located on a parcel of 
land 55 feet by 66 feet located 
North of the Sunset Canal 
(Proposed) and 850 feet more 
or less East of independence 
Boulevard Extended (Green 
Run Area ). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

7. Application Of Aragona 
Enterprises, Inc., by H. Calvin 
Spain, Attorney, for a USE 
PERMIT to construct a sewage 
pumping station on certain 
property located on the Nor- 
thwest side of Magic Hollow 
Boulevard (Proposed) 
beginning at a point 3600 feet 
more or less Northeast of South 
Lynnhaven Road at the Eastern 
extremity of Dubois Place 
(Proposed). Said property Is 
located in Section 25 of Magic 
Hollow Planned Unit 

Development. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROBGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

8. Application of William 
Connor, Jr., for a Change of 
Zoning from Resident Subur- 
ban District 3 (RS 3) to 
Planned Unit Development 
District (PUD) on certain 
property located on the North 
side of Indian River Road 
beginning at a point 792 feet 
East of Kempsvllie Road 
running a distance of 5200 feet 
more or less along the North 
side of Indian River Road, 
running a distance of 9200 feet 
more or less along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 6300 feet more or 
less along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 4900 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line. Said property contains 694 
acres more or less. Plats with 
more detailed information are 
available In the Office of the 
Department of City Planning, 
(Bonney's CornerAcredaie and 
Bellamy Manor Areas). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

9. Application of Aiford M. 
Mason for a Change of Zoning 
from Residence Duplex 
District 1 (R-D 1) to General 
Industrial District 3 (Ml 3) on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 460 feet more or less West 
of South Gum Avenue, running 
a distance fo 60.11 feet along the 
North side of Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 911 feet 
along the Western property 
line, running a distance of 20 
feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 1211 feet more or 
less along the Eastern property 
line. (Thalia Creek). Said 
property contains 2.26 acres. 
(Thalia Village Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



NEWS RELEASE 

The Virginia Beach Bureau of 
Police have in their possession 
60 boys and girls bicycles, that 
will be subject to auction sale If 
not claimed before September 
17, 1971. Persons who can give 
proof of ownership may report 
to POLICE HEADQUARTERS 
at Princess Anne Courthouse 
between the hours of 1:00 p.m. 
and 4:00 p.m. to make such 
claims, Monday through 
Friday. 

Auction will take place 
Friday, September .17, 1971, 
starting at Twelve o'clock noon 
at the City Garage located on 
Lee Roy Drive off Seaboard 
Road near Princess Anne Court 
House. All articles not claimed 
will be sold at Public Auction by 
The Department of Public 
Safety. 

Reeves E. Johnson 
Inspections Engineer 

9-92T 



BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

10. Application of Surf Ltd., 
foraUSEPERMITtoconstructa 
gasoline supply station on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 1950 feet more or less 
West of the intersection of 
Haygood Road and Sullivan 
Boulevard at the Northeast 
corner of Newtown Road and 
Broad Meadows Boulevard 
(Proposed), running a distance 
of 162 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 220 feet along the 
Northern property line, running 
a distance of 197 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line and running a distance of 
204 feet, along the North side of 
Newtown Road. (Battle F, 
Williams Elementary School 
Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH, 



Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk ' • ^ ' - T 



12, 1971 PENDING COM- property line, •'"""'"f ... 

PLETION OF THE BAYSIDE distance Of 100 feet flonfljna 

LAND USE PLAN: Southern property Una ano 

2, - running, a dlstanca_,.^^.-^-^^^^, 

Application of W 



running, a distanca of JOO fjg; 

«ppiicBTionoT*Ymiam J. Klrby along the East side of ^"w 

for a Change of Zoning from Avenue, said property is knowmj 

Rural Residence District 3 (R- as Lots-6, 8. 10 and 12, Block 1%' 

R 3) to Multiple Family Plat of Shore Acres (Rud«« 
Residence District (R-M) and a 
Use Permit to construct 144 
apartment units on certain 
property located on the South 

side of Shell Road beginning at .. 

a point 900 feet more or less certain property located on tne 

- South side of 36th Street, 



NOTICE 
Contractors & Home Builders- 
Let us help you with that new^ 
home - additions - or repairs. 
We can ftirnish mortals from' 
bas^meiU to attic and aid you; 
in flnandof. , 

Pbooe: Kellam li E^on, Inc.i 
(i) 427-3200 
622-9234 



Inlet Area). ^^ 

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Application of Double DelU}, 
Corporation for a Usa Permit W, 
construct 24 motel units * 





FOR Sale by Owiwr. 1970 V.W, 
Air. am-fm radio, original 
owner. $1,617.53 total cost 
Phona 4^4228. 




D. I. MITCHELL 
ElteMesl Cotii^^ 



Btalness ,is txisslnf asd we 
need help. WaM a good ca-, 
reer in real esteto. Apply to- 
day. Call Tom Kane 497-4851 
Nights 340-1780. Grow with 
Realtors. »oU Rstlty Corp. 

A FINE CATCH 

AUSTIN, Tex - Texas 

commercial fishermen were 
|Mid a rec^d MS 9 mlllton for 
their 1970 catch, a 12 per cent 
incrMse over tht valMt M thtir 
im catch. 

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NOTICEOF PUBLIC 
HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Planning 
Commission will hold a Public 
■Hearing on Thursday, Sep 
tember 16, 1971, at 1:00 p.m. in 
the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, 
Princess Anne Courthouse, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. The 
following applications wni 
appear on the agenda : 

REFERRED BACK TO THE 
PLANNING COMMISSION BY 
ACTION OF CITY COUNCIL 
ON AUGUST 16, 1971: 
1. 

Application of Aragona En 
terprises. Inc., by H. Calvin 
Spain, Attorney, for a Change 
of Zoning from Agricultural 
District (AR) to Planned Unit 
Development District (PUD). 
Said property is an extension of 
the existing Planned Unit 
Development known as Magic 
Hollow and includes three 
additional parealt, two of 
which are South and East of 
South Lynnhaven Road and the 
third parcel is located on the 
Watf side of London Bridge 
RMd beginning at a point 2(W0 
faat mora or lass North of 
Shipps Corner Road Piati with 
mora detailed information are 
svsiiabia in the Office of the 
B^Sftmwif ff City Planning, 
Orlfieats Anna Piaia and 
Otttfia Naval Air Itatian 
Areas), PRiNClSS anni 
BOROUGH 

OtPIRIIID ON JANUARY 



East of Cullen Road, running a 
distance of 978 feet more or less 
along the Northern property 
line of which 648 feet more or 
less is the South side of Shell 
Road, running a distance of 215 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 945 feet more or 
less along the Southern 
proparty line at the Northern 
extremity of Shelton Road, and 
running a distance of 684 feet 
more or less along the Western 
property line. (Lakeview Park 
Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 
3. 

Applicatibn of James C. Wright 
and Ronald R, Reiter for a Use 
Permit to construct 72 one 
bedroom apartment units on 
certain property located on the 
North side of Shore Drive 
beginning at a point 375 feet 
East of Greenwell Road and 
running a distance of 250 feet 
along the Southern property 
line of which 30 feet Is the 
Northern property line of Shore 
Drive, running a distance of 400 
feetalong the Western property 
line, running a distance of 250 
feet along the Northern 
property line, and running a 
distance of 420 feet along the 
Eastern property line. 
(Chesapeake Beach and 
Bayville Park Area). 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
4. 

Application Of Erna Rowan for 
a Change of Zoning from Rural 
Residence District 1 (RR 1) to 
Limited Commercial District 3 
(CL 3) on certain property 
located at the intersection of 
Shore Drive and First Court 
Road, running in an Easterly 
direction a distance of 737 feet 
along the South side of Shore 
Drive, running a distance of 480 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line and 
running a distance of 560 feet 
more or less along the Western 
property line. Said property 
contains 3.10 acres and is 
triangular in shape, (Bayville 
Farms- Area), BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 
5. 

Application of Oxford Manor 
for a Use Permit to construct a 
sewage pumping station on 
certain property beginning at a 
point 125 feet more or less East 
of th* frrtersection of Goodman 
Road and Lawrence Drive on 
the North side of Proposed 
Oxford Drive. Said property ib 
47 feet more or less by 47 feet 
moce-.fOT- i*sa,. iG«for^ Manor- 
Bettie F. Williams School 
Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
6. 

Application of Pembroke 
Meadows Associates for a Use 
Permit to operate a 600-seat 
theatre on certain property 
located on the East side of 
Independence Boulevard 
between North Witchduck Road 
and Pembroke Boulevard and 
located in the Pembroke 
Meadows Shopping Center. 
(Pembroke Meadows Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

7. 

Application of Rouse En 
terprises for a Change of 
Zoning from Retail Business 
District (B-1) to Motel-Hotel 
District (M-H) and a Use 
Permit to construct a 97-unit 
motel on certain property 
located on the North side of 26th 
Street between Atlantic Avenue 
and Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the 
East side of Pacific Avenue, 
running a distance of 250 feet 
along the Northern property 
line, running a distance of 140 
feet along the Eastern property 
line of which 100 feet is the West 
side of Atlantic Avenue, and 
running a distance of 250 feet 
along the Southern property 
line of which 154 feet is the 
North slde^f 26th Street. 

VIRGINIABEACH BOROUGH. 

8. 

Application of Lake Holly 
Corp., by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a Use Permit to 
construct a 124unlt motel on 
certain property located on the 
Northwest corner of Pacific 
Avenue and Winston Salem 
' Avenue, running a distance of 
76.84 feet along the West side of 
Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 205.95 feet along tlie 
North side of Winston Salem 
Avenue, running a distance of 
414.64 feet along the Western 
property line and running a 
distance of 270 feet along the 
Northern property line. (Lake 
Holly Rudee inlet Area). 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 



Application of Riparian 
Investment Associates by 
Grover C. Wrigtjt, Jr., for a Use 
Permit to construct 58 motel 
units on certain property 
located on the East side of 
Atlantic and at the South side of 
39th Street, running a distance 
of ISO feet along the East side of 
Atlantic Avenue, riflmlng^a 
distance of 150 feet along the 
South side of 39th Street, 
running a distance of 150 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line, and running a distance of 
150 feet along the Southern 
property line. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 
10 

Application of William T. 
Pearson for a Change of Zoning 
from One Family Rasldanca 
District (R-l) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R. 
3) and a Use Permit to con- 
struct 9 apartment units on 
certain proparty located on tha 
louthaait torntr of Arctic 
Avwiga sntf Tsrraca Avanua, 
runninf a tftsftfiea of 109 fast 
along the South sMo of Tarraea 
Avenue, running a distanca of 
100 fwt along the .f attorn 



beginning at a point 100 fe#f' 
West of Atlantic AvenuW' 
running a distance of 100 fei«» 
along the South side of 36tfri 
Street, running a distance of 14«< 
feet along the Eastern property., 
line, running a distance of lOft 
feet along the Southern 
oroperty line and running a^ 
distance of 140 feet along the. 
Western property line.; 
VIRGINIA BEACH' 
BOROUGH. 

12. ^ . 

Application of Martha 
Washington Hotel Corporation 
for a Use Permit to construct ' 
141 motel-apartment units and 
subsidiary uses on certain ' 
property located on the South- ■ 
west corner of Atlantic Avenue 
and Eighth Street, running a 
distance of 150 feet along the 
West side of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a distance of 150 feet 
along the South side of Eighth 
Street, running a distance of 140 
feetalong the Western property 
line and running a distance of 
200.15 feet along the Southern 
property line and a Use Pernriit 
only for parking located on ttie 
North side of Eighth Street 
between Atlantic Avenue-^ad. . 
Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 280 feet along inf 
East side of Pacific Avenue,, 
running a distance of 300 teey 
along the North side of Eighth 
Street, running a distance of 280 
feet along the Eastern property 
I ine of wh ich 180 feet Is the West 
side of Atlantic Avenue, run; 
nlng a distance of 300 feet along 
the Northern property line of 
which 150 feet is the South side 
of Ninth Street, VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH, 

13. : 
Application of William -^ 
Newton for a Change of Zoning 
from One Family Residence 
District (RD to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R- 
3) and a Use Permit to con- 
struct four apartment units pn 
certain property beginning at a 
point 180 feet East of Cypress 
Avenue, running a distance of 
50 feet along the South side 9I 
16th Street, running a distance 
of 125 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 50 feet along the 
Southern property line and 
running a distance of 125 feet 
along the Western property 
line. Said property is known fi%. 
Lots 35 and 36, Block 105, Plat of 
Lakewood. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

14. ^ 
ApplkatkMi Of WiilianfWV^ 
Pallette for a Change of Zcmmg, 
from One Family Residence 
pistrlct (R-1) to Multiple-' 

Family Residence District (R,-3)".' 
and a use rei mii lu i.umsii uvi o 
garden apartments -jind one 
townhouse totaling 9 i>»JOlf" 
certain property located orTfhfr ~ 
Northeast corner of Cypre?S 
Avenue and Lake Drive, r(/rt- 
nlng a distance of 100 feet albng 
the North side of Lake Drive, 
running a distance of 100 faat 
along the East side of Cyocess 
Avenue, running a <tta' 
tance of 100 feet along the 
Northern property line and 
running a distance of 100 fe«t 
along the Eastern property 
line. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

15. ; 

Application of Littleton C. 
Hudgins for a Change of Zoning 
from Residence Duplex District 
2 (R-D 2) to General Industrial 
District 3 (Ml 3) and a Uie 
Permit to operate a small 
vehicle track on certaJn 
property located at the Nor- 
thwest corner of Southed^ 
Boulevard and Sykes AvenU?; 

COMMONWEALTH Of -* " 

VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 'of 
Virginia Beach, on the 10th day 
of August, 1971, 
Louis M. Casale, Plaintiff, :/. 
against 

Elvira Becerra Casale, 
Defendant, 

ORDEROF PUBLICATIOI^, 

The object of this suit Is. to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the grounds of 
being separated and apart 
without any cohabitation Afld 
without interruption for more 
than two years, > v 

And an affidavit having bean 
made and filed that .the 
defendant is a nonresident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 5351 South West Third 
Street, Miami, Florida not 
resident of tha State of Virgihia, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within tan (10) days ali|r 
due publication hereof, and jdo 
what may be necessary ' fo 
protect her Interest in this suit. 
A copy. Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Robert L. Sonde I 
430 Crawford Street 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

8194T 

COMMONWIALTH Of 
VIRGINIA . ■« 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the CitySof 
Virginia Beach, on the 10th 4ty 
of August, 1971. 
Donald I, Gattshail, Plaintiff, 
against 
Carol A, Gattthail, Oafendahf 

ORDtROPPUiLiCATION 

Tha oblast of thli suit is ^ 

obtain s diverea a manta at 

thoro, to ba latar marge into a 

divwet • vlficglo msfrlmonii, 

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TM^ i/m^lWIA JEACH iUN 



•Lecjal Notices 



(CoiitiniMd tfom P»g$ 10) 

"frsm tht tald ctcftndant upon 

tM groundi of dtitrtlon, 

I A And on offldavlt having bttn 

HLadt and filtd that tht 

I lafandant l» • nonraifdtnt of 

IM Stat* of Virginia, tht last 

jinown peit offica addrtai 

Mtng: PO. Sox \U 
Hit I. a k t Park, Mary- 
tlind 21990 not raildant of 
^9 Sta'ia of VI. ginia, It 1% or- 
liattd that iha do appaar hart 
Within tan (10) daya aftar dua 
publication haraof , and do what 
inky bo ntcaaaary to protoct 
h«r intarMt In th|s suit. 
AcopyToata: 

JOHN V. FiNTRESS, CLERK 
J. Curtll Fruit, D.C. 
irvlna W. Cublna, Jr. 
131 Rosamount Road Sulfa 209 
Virginia taach, Virginia 

S-19-4T 



C(ylC^MONWEALTHof 
VIRGINIA 

Marina Raaourcoi Commlsilon 
P.O. Box - 7M 
Application For Oystar 
Planting Ground 
Nawport Naws 



August 28, 1971 ^ 

To W.E. Abbott Inspector, 
District No. 22 or City of Va. 
Mach, Va. 

I, R.E. Garrttt, Addrass 3729 
-Bonnay Rd., Va. Baach a 
rOBldantof tha State of Virginia, 
hereby apply for ground for 
oyirtar'planting purposes, under 
the laws of Virginia, made or to 
be made. 

Said ground Is In the waters 
of Broad Bay, near LInkhorn 
Bay, and Is estimated to con- 
tain 119.00 acre, and situated 
in District No, 22, or City of Va 
Beach, Virginia, and described 
as follows: Formerly held by D. 
H. Marshall. 

I request that proper notice 
be at once posted and that a 
survey, plat and assignment be 
made promptly as practicable. 
I submit herewith my ap- 
plication fee of $25.00 for 
engineering services; and 
hereby further agree to 
promptly pay all charges for 
surveying making plat, 
assigning and recording of 
Oyster Ground Assignment as 
specified in the Code of 
Virginia, Title 2B.1. 1 agree that 
all legal rtquirements will be 
prbmptly met by me. (See 
reverse side for eligible ap- 
plicants)*). 

Witness my signature this 28 
day of August 1971. 
ft.E. Garrett 

9-2-4T 






COAAAAONWEALTHOf 
VIRGINIA 
inttje Oerk's Off ice of the Circuit 
} the City of VirgMa Baedt, 
29lti Day Of Jury, 1971. 

Joseph Ludovissy, Plaintiff, 
lagathst 

B0tty PIM LiKiovissy, Defendant. 
ORDEROF^UBLICATION 
Theobiect of this suit is to obtain 
la divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
Ifrom the said dafandmt, upon the 
[grounds of desertion. 
, And an affidavit having been 

mode and filed that the defendant Is 

a non-resident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known post office 

address being: 428 Chestnut Street, 

Bwllngton, North Carolina not 
i retident of the State of Virginia, it 

Is ordered that she do appear here 
[wtthin ten (10) days after due 
\ publication hereof, and do what 
; may be necessary to protect her 

Interest In this suit. 

A COPY Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Stuart R. Hayes 

43tt E. Indian River Road 

Chasapeaka, Virginia 

8-19-4T 



^VIRGINIA: 
Ht\ the Circuit Court of the aty « 
Wrgmia BaKh, this 19th Day ol 
August 1W1.^ 
COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA. 
Petitioner, 

V. 

NEWPORT NEWS DUCKING 
CLUB, INa)RPORATE0, at al, 
Defetidants, 

ORDER OF NOTICE 

This came carr»e to be heard this 
day upon the Pttition filed herein 
by the Commonvwealth of Virginia, 
for ttie p urpo aa a a condamnhtg 
certain land for use m a State Park, 
M set forth in the Petition, and to 
tcmuW a Mo simple aetata therein 
from the defendants harem, and 
upon a pra^r for Notice to be 
Piiblished In • newspaper or 
newspapers having a general 
droilatlon in lh« City of Vlrgkila 
Beach, Vli^lnla, pursuant to the 
«afutM of the Commonwealth. 

Upon ooniklaratton hereof and It 
appaM^ iMt and proper so to do, 
purtMnt « Sac^n 2S-133, Code of 
N^rgmia (1990). M amendad, It is 
hereby AOJUOOep, ORDERED 
and OiCRfiD that any and all 
paraora ewnkis or Calming any 
right, title, aatataor Inlare^ m or to 
the land daKrllMi » aaid Pefttien, 
or In or 10 the prB«wda wWng i«on 
a Mn<len«wfion of aaW land, m- 
pear and a«art their several or 
NhpaetlvaMlmBor MmMiMby aiT 
appropriata pMdh« filad in «hh 
CouH on or bofort tf«a Srd day of 
Uptwnbr, m% and If is further 

ADJU09ID, ORDIRID and 
MCmeO tt«t «ie CMrk Of fttlt 
€aurt pi«M a MHci In the 
|vin tola Baadi funenee a week for 
four cofMOCUtlva weeks, com- 
manctog on MpMt M, 1971, saM 
Nofi« to contain the H ii e ti w a tl a n 
ipetMad to M-lfl of «N GM of 
virgtoia aa aiiiwiwli met0 nmi it 
HMiNOtbana^MiryferllwCMPk 

ta McMb ffta r aalinnei and ad- 
auMi af Wia ilHinianti num» to 
Wit nkhnw ani It ftfupwiaf 

AMUeeiO, OMDMW AMD 
NCMID tM «a CMH M NlM 
«auH dattw M Hw MrtN ar tw 

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'Legal Notic v 



place or plaMS for posting legal 
nMleee to or about tola Court, saM 
Notlcato bedallvarad to the Sheriff 
withto five days from ttw data of 
entry of tirit Order and said Notice 
to be pootad by the Sheriff, or hto 
ckjiy auttwrlnd d^uty withto five 
days after race^ of said Notice, 
and the Sheriff shall thwoafler 
make dua return to this Court, m 
required by law, and It is furthw 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED AND 
DECREED that withto iwinfy days 
after the first newspaper 
publication of the atoraaald Notice, 
the Dark of thto Court shall mall to 
each defendant whose addrau Is 
stated to the Petition, at the address 
stated to the Patitton, a copy qf otm 
of the newspapers containing saW 
Notice; and the Clerk shall 
thereafter certify to this Court that 
said copies have been meiled, as 
required by law. 

Enter this 19 day of August, 1971. 
A copy Teste; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Billy W, Ballq^, D.C. 

ENTER THIS THE 19 DAY OF 
AUGUST, 1971. 
Paul W. Ackin, Judge 
I ask for this: ' 

Joseph A. Sawyer 
counsel for Petlttoner 

A copy-Testo: 
"JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By Billy W. Ballon, D.C. 

8-26-4T 



VIRGINIA: to the Oerk's Office Of 
The Orcuit Court Of The Oty Of 
Virgtola Beach en the «th day of 
August, 1971. 

Chy. 

1S233 
ELIZABETH T. OVERCASH, Mt 
Surviving Execuhrix of the Estate 
of Robert Easton Townsend, 
deceased. Complainant, 

V. . 

A.H. CALDWELL 
Address Unknown 
and the heirs at law, next of kin, 
devisees, legatees, creditors and 
lien creditors of any heirs or 
devisees of AH. Caldwell, all of 
wrfKise names are unkoMfi and 
v^ose post office address are 
unknown, ail of whom are made 
parties to the proceeding by the 
general description of Parties 
Unknown, Respondents. 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to quiet 
title to property which Is more 
particularly described as follows: 
those certain lots, pieces or parcels 
of laral situatied'in the City of 
Virginia Beech, Virgtola, known 
and numbered as Lots 9 and 10, 
Btock 41 as itwm on that certato 
plat of Euclid Place which is duly of 
record In the aerk's OHIce of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty M Virgtola 
Beach, Virgtola, to Map Book 4 at 
page <2 and 63. 

An an aff Mavit having been made 
and filed that A.H. CaMwell Is a 
non-resident of this State and that 
Mstast known poet offiee addraas to 
unknown accept for the fact that 
the origin^ deed from The Home 
Realty company to A.H. Caldwell, 
dated June 14, 1910, refers to him as 
a resident of Charlotte, North 
Carolina, but that upon Informatton 
and bdief he has not been a resident 
of Charloftee, North Carolina for 
many yaars and at no time under 
consideration has he been a 
resident of the State of Virgtola. 

And an affidavit having been filed 
stating that there are or may be 
other persons toterested to the 
Mrt)|ect matter to be dl«osed of to 
this suit whose names are unknown 
and whoae last poet off k» addresses 
are unknown, to-wit; The heirs at 
law, next of kin, devisees, legatees, 
creditors and lien creditors of any 
heirs or devisees of A. H. Caldwell, 
all of whose names are unknown 
and whose post oHk» addresses are 
unknown, ail of whom are made 
partlat to the proceeding by the 
general description of Parties 
Unknown: it Is ORDERED that the 
above named persons appear 
withto ten (10) days after due 
publication of this order and do 
what IS riecwswy to protect their 
totrests; and It is 

FURTHER ORDERED th« the 
foregoing portton of this order be 
published once a week for four (4) 
sucoeaaive weeks In the Virgtola 
Beach Sun a newspaper published 
to the City of Va. Beach, and havtog 
circulatton in the City of Virgtola 
Bea^, Virginia. 

T«te; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
Peter A. Agelasto, III 
1301 United Virgtola Bank BIdg. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510. 
8-19-4T 



LAW NO. 14J99-A 
VIRGINIA: 

INTHECIRCUITCOiRT 
OF THE CITY €» 
VIRGINIA BEACH 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a municipal corporation. 

Petitlonar, 

V. 

CLAUOII HOLLY, also Imwn 
asCLAI^HMJ-iCand 
AOOfI i. HmxY, hto wife, 
19*4 i ndap s n den ce ioulavard, 
Virgtola Beach, Virgtola; 

WILLIAM H. HOLLY, 
I9tf laelalen Lane 
Vkntoia Baach, virgtola; 

FANNY t«>LLY, 
QUMNY B. HOLLY, 
OU.ll HOLLY, 

ind N any Of «wn ba dead, 
l»rBynrtw*iHP««a,»any, 
hak>a # itm O fla ea a am a a al g m , 
aid ttia llan enmsn af any of 
•*M par tUfclfa wy Mw« *^m« 

to _ _^ _ 

#w pfwarty to ia cantfamtad to 



procaadad against as "Parties 



1990 Cede af Virginia, 
amended 



as 



iH af VIAMt pl^Mi 



Defendants. 
ORDEROF PUM.ICATION 

In this proceeding the petlttonw 
aaeks to acquire by c on d e m n ation 
the fee Mmple title to a certato 
parcel of land situated to the City of 
^^tola Bead), virgtola, far the 
construction and maintenance of 
that certato public street or high- 
way known as "ind^Mndance 
Boulevard," and rise kitown as 
State Highway touto No. 22f, 
Proiect0229-134101, R-WM2, which 
property and prelect are 0iown and 
dtscrlbed mora particularly to the 
petition and exhibits attached 
threto on file to the oHk» of the 
Clerk of this Court, to which 
reference is hereby made for a full 
and accurate deacriptton toertof, 
and for the appointment of com- 
misstoners to ascertain lust 
compensation to the ovmers of any 
estato or totorest to the property to 
be taken or affected as a result of 
the taking and use thereof by the 
petitioner. 

For such purposes the petttoner 
will epply to the Court, on ttie 22nd 
day of Se(rten>ber, 1971, at the 
courthouse thereof. Princess Anne 
Station, at 9;30 o'ctock A.M., or as 
soon thereafter as counsel nrtay be 
heard, for the appoinhnent of 
commissioners to ascertain lust 
compensation as aforesaid. 

And it appearing by affidavit filed 
according to law that the follofwing 
owners are not residents of the 
State of VIrgtoia, or their names 
and addresses art not known and 
that dillgenoe has been ueed by and 
on behalf of the petlttoner to 
ascertain such names and ad- 
dresses without effect: FANNY 
HOLLY, QUEENY E. HOLLY and 
OLLIE HOLLY, and their lien 
aedltors. If any; it is ORDERED 
that ttie aforasakj owners do appear 
withto ten (10) days aftor due 
pubiication of this order in the 
Clerk's OHke of the Circuit Courtof 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virgtola, and to do what Is 
necessary to protect their interests; 
and It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that if any of the above named 
owners desire to assert any ob- 
iectkm or defense to the taking or 
damaging of their property or to the 
iurisdiction of the Court to hear toe 
case and to proceed with the ep- 
pototment of commissioners he 
shall file his answer and grounds of 
defense designating the property to 
^Ich he claims to be toterested; 
the grounds of any oblecttan or 
defense to the taWng or damagtog 
of his property or to the luriadictkm 
of the Court to hear the case and to 
proceed with the i9P0lntmei« of 
commissioners for the deter- 
minatton of lust compensation. 

Should any such owner fall to file 
his answer and grounds of defense 
as hereinabove provided, such 
failure shall not prelude the owner 
from i«ipearlng on the date set for 
ttie appointment of commiuionen 
nor from preaenfing evidence as to 
valuation and damages nor from 
sharing in the award of lust com- 
pensatton according to his totersst 
therein or otherwise protecting his 
rights, but such failure shall 
preclude such owner from any 
other defense by way of pleas to 
bar, abatement or otherwise. 

And It is FURTHER ORDERED 
that a copy of tola Order shall be 
published once a week tar hwo 
consecutive weeks in the VJrgtola 
Beach Sun, and a copy hereof shall 
be poated on the builetin bowd of 
this Court. 

A Copy Testo: John V. Fentress, 

Clerk 

By D.C. 

9-2.2T 



COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's OHice of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of August, 1971,' 

Margaret K. Callis, Plaintiff, 

against 

Richard H. Caliis, Jr., 

Defendant. 

ORDER 

OF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is tor 
the said plaintiff to obtato a 
divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from tht said 
defendant, upon the grotmds of 
wilful desertion for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
meda and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being, 8241 North Eest 9th 
Avenue, Miami, Florida It Is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do whet 
may be necessary to protect his 
Interest In this suit. 
A copy. Teste: JOHN v. 
FENTRESS, CLERK. 
Phyllis N. Styros, Deputy Clerk 
Mr. Fred Aucamp, Attorney 
Mailbu Towers, 
3900 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
a-a»4T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's OHIce of the 
Circuit court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, en the 3ist day 
of August, 1971. 
Andrew Keith Emmlniter, 
Plaintiff, 
agaimt 

Jean Barbara Emmifiiier 
DafM^ant. 

OROiROF 
PUBLICATION 

Tht ebleet ^ this suit is tor 
the said plalntiH to a»»«^" • 
divorce a vmcuto matrlmenn 

ft-em the said ^•f*^^^*^ 
the ffeunda •♦, ••Ptl'I^.ur 
,M^ laaacHan «.fi «f » •» "» 



And an affidavit having been 
made end filed fhef the 
defendent Is e non -resident of 
the Stefe of Virginie, the last 
known pest office eddreaa 
being; 34 Bueli Street Beflvia, 
New y»k It Is ordered that aha 
do appeer here within 10 (ten) 
deys offer due pubiicaflen 
hereof, end do what may be 
neceasery to protect her in- 
terest In this suit. 
A cepy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By ; J . Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
Herber S. Reld, Jr. 
P. 0. 703 

Virginia Beach, Va. 3149a 

9-2.4T 



COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Citv^ of 
Virginia Beach,on the 29th dey 

of August, 1971. 

Mary C. Wilson, Plaintiff,- 

against i 

pavid Wilson, Jr., Defendent. 

ORDER 

OF 

PUBLICATION 

The Object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Metrlmonii from the said 
defendent upon the grounds of 
two y.aers continuous 
separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant Is a non-residantof the 

State of Virginia the last known 
post office eddreaa being: c-o 
Generel Dllivery, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia net rasMent 
of the State of Virginia, it is 
ordered that he 

do appear ten (ten) 

days after due publicetion 
hereof, end do whet may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Tesfe: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Phyllis N. Styros, D.C. 
James K. MCKenry, 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9-2-4T 

SPECIAL 

COMMISSIONER'S 
SALE 

Pursuant to a decree of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, entered on the 
30th day of August, 1971, in the 
chancery cause of City of 
Virginia Beach vs. Mary A. 
Green, et als, therein pending, 
the undersigned, who was 
thereby appointed for the 
purpose, will offer for sate at 
public auction on the front steps 
Of the Court House,of the above 
mentioned Court, et Princeaa 
Anne, , Virginia Beach, 
Virginia , on Friday, Sep- 
tember 10, 1971. at 12 o'clock 
Noon, that certain lot of land In 
said City deslgnetad es Lot 20 in 
Block 3,- on the Plat of 
"Lakeside"; said sale to be for 
cash to the highest bidder. 

Fred E.Martin, 
Special Commissioner 



VIRGINIA: Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach On the 30th day 
of August, 1971 _ 

BILL REPKO, Complainant, 

vs. 

BILL A REPKO. at al, 

Respondent 

IN CHANCERY 
NUMBER 19162 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of this suit is to 
effect a partition of certain real 
estete knovm as Lot 26, Block 45 
as shown on plat entiled 
"Resubdivision of Lots 33 thru 
27, Block 4Sj Araciona Village, 
Section fiine," Part TKf»e, 
Princess Anne County, Ve.". 
in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; and tor other further 
fnd general relief; and It ap- 
pearing from affidavits in due 
form of law now filed, thet the 
address of the defedant vara B. 
Repko is unknown; and Ittat 
there are or may be parties 
unknown Interested In the 
subiect matter of this suit; 

It is Ordered thet the said 
Vere B. Repko and parties 
unknown do appeer within 10 
days after due ^bllcetion of 
this order in the VIrglnle Beach 
Sun, a newspaper in general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
do what may be neeeuery to 
protect their toterests herein. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
Phyllis N. StyrM D.C. 

Mr. L.B. COX, Jr.. Attorney 
203 Perry Building. 
7910 Grenby Street 
Norfolk, Virginia J3509. 

B4-4T 



COMMON WI ALT H Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office rt the 
Circuit Cow't of the City of 
virtinia BMCh. wi the Mth My 
of August, 1971. 
Shirley Phillips Dewsen. 
Plaintiff, 
age Inst 

Heyweod Sim Dewsen, Jr.. 
Def e nda nt. 
OROmOFPUtLICATION 
The MIect et this suit is for 
me laM plelntitt te ebtein e 
divwce A vincute AAatrlmw^ii 
^em the sold «e««id«)t, upen 
me wnm^ ef deaertlen . 

MM M afn«avtt havtog been 
made and filed that the 
defwidant Is net e resMnt of 
the Stete ef VIrglnle, me iMt 
knewn peat office eddrwa 
being, itli MnfMM AveniM. 
Nee^ern. Harm Cw^Ma, It to 
er««M fhaf He «a auMar Mre 
wimin 10 1^} #ayt after due 
pvMtcatMn nai^af . MM ia ta^et 



i fjqal Notice 



may be necMsary to protect his 

Interest in mis suit. 

A copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK. 

By: PHYLLIS N. STYRON, 

DEPUTY CLERK 

Mr, H. Calvm Spain, Attorney 

P. 0. Box 2341 

VIrglnle Beech, Virginia 

f 2-4T 



COMMONWEALTH! Of 
VIRGINIA' ' 

in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Bea«h,on the 29th dey 
of August, 1971. 
Welter Andrew Thornhlil, 
Plelntlff. 
egeinst 

Wenda Hope Thornhill, 
Defendant 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The object of mis suit is to 
obtein a divorce A Vinculo 
Metrlmonii from the seid 
defendent, upon me grounds of 
heving lived separate end epart 
for more then tWQ.jyears. 

And an affidavit having been 
mode and filed that 
due diligence has 

been used by or in behalf of the 
Complainent to ascertein in 
which county or corporation the 
defendant is, wimout effect, the 
last knewn post office address 
being: 305*/) 16th Street, 
Virginia Beech, Virginia, not 
resident ef the State of Virginie, 
it is ordered mat she do appear 
here within ten (10) deys offer 
due publicetion hereof, end do 
whet may be necessary to 
protect her Interest in mis suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FPNTRESS. CLERK 

By: PHYLLIS N. STYROS, 
DEPUTY CLERK 
Micheel E. Bowerman 
2413 Pacific Ave. 
Virginie Beech, Virginia 

9-2-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA, 

to the Oerk's Off kre of the Circuit 
Court of ttie Oty of VirgMa Beech, 
on the 7m dey of July, 1971. 
Bill Rapko, Platoiff, 
against 

Bill A. Repko, Infant, et als. 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The Object of this suit is for the 
saw compiainant to effect a par- 
tltton of certato real estato known 
as 9041 Haygood Road, Virgtola 
Beach, VIrgtoia. 

And an effidevit having been 
made and filad that one the 
defendant. Vera B. Repko Is not a 
resident of the State of Virgtola, 
and all reasonable efforts to tocete 
her being of no avail, her present 
a d dr e ss being wMuiowa it is or- 
dsred Itiat she do eppear here 
wimto 10 (ten) days effer due 
puWication hereof, end do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
Interest In mis suit. 
A copy-Teato: 

JOHN V. FEtHTRESS, CLERK. 
Phyllis N. Styron Deputy, Oerk 
Mr. L.B. Gox, Jr., Atty. 
7910 Granby St., 
NorfoliC Virgtoie 2351 

8-a6>4T 



COAMAONWEALTHof 
VIRGINIA, 

Hi the aerti's Off k:e of the Circuit 
Court of the CHy of VIrgtoia Beach, 
en the lam day of Augutf, 1971. 
Robert L. Dobbs, Plelntiff, 
against 

Wllma Irene Dodds. Defendant. 
ORDEROF PUBLICATION Z 

TheoNect of this suit is to obteto 
e divorce a mase et there, to be 
lefer merged toto a divorce e 
vincuto matrimonii from the saki 
defendant upon the gnMnds of 
dssertton and a i ie o do nin e nt . 

Aiid an effidevit havtog been 
mode and filed thet due diligence 
hn been exercised to determine the 
whereabouts of me defendant, 
without effect the lest known poet 
office eddraaa biring: c-o Mr%. 
LMite Soott ShipM«y, 649 Kenneto 
Itoad. Virgtola Baedv Virgtola, it is 
ordered that she do eppear here 
wimto tan (ten) days offer due 
pubiicetton hereof, and do what 
may be neceaaary to protect her 
interest in toto suit. 
A copy-Testo: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, aERK 
J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy, Oerk. 
Ooffman li CoffnMn, Attys. 
2161 River Rood 
Virgtola Beach, Virgtola 

8-19-4T 

ONMMONWEALTHof VIRGINIA 
. totha Oerk's ONIceof the Orcuit 
Court ef thi City of >^i^tole Beech, 
on the l«m dey of »p»M. 1971. 
VMlme AAvy Mllbum, Ptetotiff, 
agato^ 

Curtey L^ AMIbum, Defendent, 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

Theobiect Of this suit is to obtain 
a divorce a vtocuto matrimonii (a 
ftoal divorce decree) from me saM 
defendant upon me (H«unds of 
cruelty on the pert of the defendant. 

And an effidevit having been 
mode and filed thet the defendant is 
a non-rosideni of the Stete of 
Virgtola, the (est known post offin 
■ddroaa bMng: Route 3. Bok 497, 
Opetouon. Usuiriana. It Is ordered 
that he do appeM- here wimto ten 
(10) days effer due ptMlcation 
hareef and do whet mey be 
nBcanary to pr^ect tys toter^ to 

JC^V. FENTRESS, CLEWt 
By: J. Ojrtis Fruit. Deputy Clerk. 
Robert EpM^ 
3l8OeldenTrtan0e 
Nerfelk, Virgtoie " 

8-19-4T 



VIRGINIA: 

to the Ctooilt Court of the Oty Of 

Virftola Beach This I9m Dey of 

AUMBt N91. 

NOTICI OF CONDEMNATION 

COMIWONWBALTH OF 

VIROINIA. 

NEWPORT NEWS OUCKINS 
a.U^ lf«GORP(»ATBO, M al., 
ani sum •em mere or ism et 
iMi, to ^rgtoto Beecfi. vtogtole 



•Legal Notices 



nxwient to an order of me Court 
to mto case, mis notice Is iMroby 
given: 

In m% tun, me PeHttoner seeks to 
e^ulre, by condMination for Ite 
uses, and for Me es e puMic perk 
and for public perk purposee, e fee 
simpte mto to e tract of 331931 
ecresef land, more or imo, situefed 
to the City ef VIrgtoia Beech, 
Virgtoie, enddMcribad as foltows: 

All those certein f reefs, pieces of 
peroeis of land, wHh me ton- 
pro veil Mills thsreon and ttie ep- 
purtenences mereunto ep- 
pertelntog, and me weters end 
weter beds and riparian rtglMt 
Mtereunto appertatotog, loceted, 
lying end being in the Pungo 
Borough of the City of VIrgtoia 
Boaeh# Virginie, to the arae knewn 
as Falae Cape end Wesh Wbods, es 
shewn on a certein (Net entitled 
"Sheet 4 ■ Survey Showtog Certeto 
Properties Lying South of Frenk 
Beffen Property for The Deport- 
ment of Conserveflon end 
Economic Devetopment ■ Division 
of Parks Ben H.'^^iPotea Com- 
misstoner, Pungo Borough, 
Virgtoie Beech, VirgMe, Scele 1" 
equeis40a, dated July, 1971", mode 
by Marsh and Basgler, Consulting 
Btgtoaers - Surveyors, situated to 
Back Bay and known as Uffte Bail 
island. Big Bail Island and Big 
Cape Porpoise isiend, which is 
recordsd to the Oerk's Office of me 
Orcuit court of me City of VIrgtoia 
Beach, Virginia, and bouMled and 
dssalbad as foltows: 
Parcel 80: "Little Bell ielend" 

Commencing et an oM Iron rod on 
the eestem shore line of Beck Bey 
et the northwest comer of "For- 
merly E. K. Sloene" property; 
thenn N36 degrees-l2'-33'<E, 455.13 
feet to a point of me shore line of 
Little Ball Island, said potot being 
the point of beglnntog, thence 
foltoi^ the ^proximate shore 
line of seid island the foltowtog 
courses and distances: N81 

degrees- 19' -36"W, 179.05 feet; 
thence S06degrees-ll'-43"W, 611.57 
feet; thence SOO degrees-06'-43"W, 
110.64 feet; thence N67 degrees-OB'- 
19"W, 200.77 feet; thence N38 
degrees-27'-35"W, 223.49 feet; 
thence N36 degreee-49'-22"E, 243J0 
feet; thence NOT degreee-23'-5l"W, 
365.04 feet; ; thence N26 degrees- 
13'-31"E, 226.29 feet; thence S76 
degrees-39'-31"E, 260.02 feet; 
mence S46degrees-44'-5l"E, 208.69 
feet; thence S18 degrees-5S'-29"E, 
222.00 teet to me potot of beginning, 
containing 8 J39 acres end en aree 
to approximate edge of water of 7 J 
acres, more or less. 
Parcel 81: "Big Bali Island" 
Commencing at en old iron rod to 
a shjmp on the aoumem line of 
"Formerly E. K. Stoene" property; 
toence atong saM line S73 degrees- 
32',-11" W, 27.00 feet to a potot on me 
eastsm shore line of Back Bay. 
said point betog ttw point of 
beglnNng; thenca S40 degrees-19'- 
30" E, 45-08 feet; thence SOS 
degrees-27'-49"E, 618.00 feet; 
thence N73 degrees-32'-ll -E. 72SJ)0 
fset;. menM atong the epproximato 
centiiriine of irregular Steven 
Creek me foltowtog courses and 
distances; S51 degreee-0l'-04"E. 
2M.44 feet; thence S30 degrees; 33'- 
50"E, 147.49 feet; mence SOI 
degrees- 19'-24"E, 303.Mr feet; 
thence SOI degreea-26'18"W, 183.99 
feet; mence $31 degreea-24'26"E, 
243.71 feet; thenca S19 deBrees-29'- 
35"W, 119.87 feet;thence S47 
degrees-4l'-39"E, 240.68 feet; 
thence S14 degrees;34'27"W, 154.99 
feet; thenoe SU degrees-Or-36"W, 
105.95 feet, thence S11 degrees-15'- 
2r'E, 215.14 feet; thenca due weal 
53.00 ieet; thence Si5 
degrees;56'43"E, 145.60 feet; 
thenn S13 degrees-02-19"W, 9741 
teet; thence SU degrBes-S9'-3l"E, 
305.40 feet; thenca S39 degrees;3l'- 
37"W, 614.37 feet; thence N61 
degrees-.15'-37"W, 70.71 feet; thence 
515 degrees-38'-lO"W, 3li.l9 feet; 
mence S87 degrees-0ri5"W, 100.13 
feet; thenoe SOS degreee-flO'-Or'W, 
10.31 feet; thence SU devrees-ST- 
2r' W, 158.62 feet; thence N60 
degrees-»'-ll"W, 176.M feet; 
thence S81 degreea-ir-09"W,l70.00 
feet; thenoe S80 itegrees-a6'-S"W, 
208.83 feet to the approximate 
oenterllne ef Horse island O'eek; 
thence along me approximate 
osnteringof Horae island Creek and 
thcnorthem side of Big Ball Island 
the following courses and distances; 
NSO degrees-33'-22"W, 365.17 feet; 
thence N17 dagrees-33'-20"W, 2*4.46 
feet; thence Nas de0'ees-23'-3O"W, 
443.19 feet; thenoe NK> de(reM-99'- 
14"E, 383.02 feet; thence N23 
degrees-S6'-16"W, 243.14 feet; 
thence N63 degrees-l9'-24"W, 4S8.»< 
teet; thence NSO degrees-S0'-5i"W, 
2476.85 feet feet; thence N09 
degrees 01' 00" W, 233.64 feet; 
mence N24 degrees-3l'-00"W, 
l9S.S8feet; th«ic» N48degrees-14'- 
00" E, 335.94 feet; mence N86 
degrees-29'4IO"E., 100.98 feet; 
thence S73 el'4!0"E, 30.88 feet; 
thence 8i5dSBrees4i'-00"E, 536.03; 
thena m dBgrees-46'-00"E, 9S.70 
feet; thana Ui degre«-16'-00"E, 
399.30 feet; mence SSi degrees-31'- 
IIO"E. 1281.72 feet; thence SS2 
degrees-31'-00"E, 1135.20 feet; 
thence m dsgrees45' ir E, 300.74 
feet to the point of begtontog, 
oontetotog 361879 acres ami an 
arees to appreximate edge of weter 
of 318.00 acres, more or less. 
f^Kcei tt: "Big Cape Porpoise 
Mend" 

Commencing et rancrete 
boundary monument No. 1. on me 
Vtogtoie - iMrm Ovtiine Stete Une 
and mmtiM rteng saM stete line S88 
degrees40'4^'W. 3236.50 feet to e 
paltrA to the epproximate nnter of 
ElherMge CreMi; thence etong me 
apprwimate center of E i he r l d g e 
Greek; mence along the ap- 
prMimate center of Emeridge 
creek N40de7ees-2r B"W, 713.00 
feet to the point of beglnntog; 
thanee wNSi degreee-ir-Oi"W, 
£r8.46feet; mence fM6 deBrees-V- 
8I"W., mM teet; menoi MJf 

daraes.«V-iO';WuiL''tf. i?l 
thence N63 degre^-|« 1| fi 

84Hfeettthena, N39daBr«as44'- 

Sl*^. 664J|feet; mence along the 

ipprsRlmMeeeiNarltoeof IrregMr 

iMte Hprte island Omtn Bw 



' Legal Not ire 



teet; fimt» NM dogresa^i'^r^, 
145.21 feet; meiM N13 degreed 
S7'-16"E, 170.03 feet; thenoe N61 
degrees-44^.34"E, aia.18 feet to me 
epproximate thence eiong the 
appradmete center! ine of Horse 
Idand Creoit end Intet Creek the 
fottowtog courses end distance: 
S16 de g r ee s 23'-30"E, 40.19 feet; 
thence S17 degreea-2y-30"B, 2*146 
teet; mence W degreei- 33'-2rE, 
365.17 feet; thence %% dagreaa-iV- 
26"E, 343.13 feet; mence S09 
dew'ees-0S'-43"E, 458.65 feet; 
mence S5l degrees- lO'-W'W, 
1015410 feet to the point of begto- 
ntog. eontatotog 97.230 aoes and en 
aree to epproximete edge of water 
of 35.90 acres, more or leu. 
The velue of such land as stated 
or charged to toe peWlon is ONE 
HUNDRED SIX THOUSAND 
AND 00-100 (8106,000.00) 
DOLLARS 

And it appearing mat the 
fdiowing persons end claaees of 
persons, own or daim or posaiWy 
own or have or cMm some rictot. 
title, aatete or toterest to or to the 
land (or the estate or intreM to the 
land) or seme pert or perH of the 
land soughttobe condemned or toor 
to the proceeds arising upon a 
condemnation mereof, viz: 
Newport News Ducking Club, 
incorperafad, Virginia Electric and 
Power Compeny. 

This, therefore, is to notify end to 
warn ail whom it may concern end 
all of such persons, end the h^s or 
devisees end the personel 
repreaentetlves ef such of the 
persons m ere dead, and ell of the 
persons constituting membersh^ to 
the classes of penons and eech end 
ev«> one of ttiem, end ell persons 
whomsover onwiing or cteiming any 
right, titte, estateor interest to or to 
such lend or any pert ef same (or to 
or to an estate or totersst to or to 
such lend), or to or to the proceeds 
srising upon e condemnation 
thereof, toep p eer befora the Orcuit 
Court of Virgtoie Beech, Virgtoie, 
or before the Oerk of such Court, at 
the courthouse, to Virgtola Beedi, 
Virgtoie, on or before the 23rd dey 
of September, nineteen iHindred 
and seventy-one, and assert end 
present, by epprorpiote pleedbig*. 
their severel or reapecitve daims 
or demands; and upon the teiiure of 
any ef such persoiw to so eppeer 
and eaaart end present theb- deims 
or demends, the stetemente end 
cherges to the Petition will be 
considered by the couri or judge 
upon the heering of the Petition and 
the notice or notice to mis case, es 
admnted by sudi persons, end mis 
case will thenoeform be proceeded 
to ex perte es to fhem, wim the 
result, of whkh the aferesaU 
persons end classes of persons are 
hereby specially werned met, 
through e teiiure appeer and aseert 
end present meir cleims or 
demands, as Mresak^ it is poaaibie 
that such persons or some ef them 
wHi be defeated or seme of lh«m 
Will be defeated to enfordng their 
deim or demands, and they mey 
tose the same. 

"Biif sudi of the persons and 
dasset of persons, wfw do not own 
or have or deim such land (or such 
estate or toterest) or eny peri of 
seme or a right to, or toterest to me 
proceeds arising from me oon- 
demnatton, or to damagaa ariting 
merefrom, need gh« no further 
heed to mis notice end wemtoa 

It is ordered thet e cflfiy of mis 
notice be published to the Virgtoie 
Beach Smi onoe e week for four 
consecutive waela, commencing on 
August 21 1971. and mat a copy be 
peeled at the usual poateig place or 
plans for legal notices to or about 
me Orcuit Gouri of Virginia Beech, 
Virgtola. 

\Mtneu my hend. at office, to 
Virgtote Beedi, Virgtola. and the 
seal of our Cftxuit Court, mis 19 dey 
of August, nineteen hundred end 
seventy-one^ 

A copy -Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By Billy W. Balton. D.C. 

(Seal) Oerk of me Circuit Court ol 

the Oty of Virgtola Beech, 

Virgtola 

By: Billy W. Beiiou, D.C. 

8-M4T 



Pleads Guilty 
To Sodomy 
Charge 

A 16 ^ear old tMnag«F 
duvgad irift cmmi i! ^ w Brt 
of aodoa^ m MottM* >n«ilki 
wliUc tli^ wwnemnmi toQMf 
aty JaU i« awatttag mMnctag 
after pleading gi^ to fte 
diarge in Ctrcuit Cmirt, 

The bicidentf wMA eeoffrtd 
in the lattCT Pill of Mirdi, toid 
to an investigation ol K^M&m 
at the aty Jail and subMqnBl^ 
i-Mitlted in Uie ^Unniaaal ai two 
Jail guards. 

The accused r^xtrtodly had 
been tranaferrad w&Bf ilail 
after allegedly cooBiilttii^c a 
previous act of sodomy at 0ie 
Tidewater DetentUm {tone at 
Great Bri^e. 

Sherrif Jolm E. Marr denied 
having wiy knowledge of ^ 
Juvenile's previous activities Jit 
the detoition cmter. 

The Juvenile wis cotifted to 
Circuit Cwri lot trial as an 
a^t 1^ Judge Tbrnoas F. Befz, 
Jr., during a Juvenile Court 
preliminary hearing. 

Orcuit Court Ju^ l^ul W. 
Ackisa has delayed seirtencing 
for the Juvenile's guilty plea 
pending the outcome of a repint 
on his backgrmuxl. 

Rape Suspects 
Caught During 
Alleged Crime 

Two suspects ii«ere ap- 
prdiended early last Satiffday 
morning while allegedly 
engaged in the act of raping a !?• 
year-okl girl in Seatack. 

Police quote the victim with 
saying ^e was walking aln^ 
Soutiiem B<mlevard toward her 
homeab(Nit2 a.m. wheniriie iras 
accosted by two males iHio 
reportedly dragged her taito 
b^hes in a nearby ftekl. 

When idle began screanaug 
they rep(»tedly toU her to be 
qmt or slw would be kill«l and 
forced her to remove her 
dotMi^. 

Tlie assailants then to^ tmm 
holding ho- on Uie ground md 
rai^gher. 

OfflMr S. P. Benn^, irttadi^ 
to the 2iKi Police Precinct 
assign^] to the K-0 CcHps, was 
dispatched to investigste 
reports <^ Qoisni in tte area and 
allegedly apprehended Ike 
sispects during the commiarion 
Of the crime. 

Officials identifled the 
subjects as Carl L. Jdmson, 19, 
Cypt^sB Avenue, and Edwanl J. 
J(^^ II, Hi^^ Avenue. 

Both are awaiting court 
proceedings on a charge 
olrape: 

FimSchedukd 

Hie Department of PubHc 
Libraries in con^nctioo with Ow 
>ruf inia Bead) Arto Ceaf^rwtll 
pment Ingmar Bergman's ffim 
daasic, "Smiles of a Summer 
Night." Scheduled for Sunday, 
September 12. 1971 at 7:90 p.m., 
thisfihnisthe first of tentobe 
shown, as part <d an ta- 
ternational Film Claaaics 
Festival. . 



Jaycees Oppose 
Overload Planfs 



TO WNCM IT MAY CONCVIN: 



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ftanee mmnmm4f^ MMI 
te«} Mimea Que Baal NMi faati 



The Vir^nia Beach Jaycees, 
in a letter to Mayor Donaki 
Rhodes, have asked City 
Qiuncil to deny any furdier 
Mwage cwinections to over 
caiMCity sewage plants, such as 
die Chesapeake-Elizabeth plant 
at Uttle Creek. 

Vat action from the young 
buslnnsman groi^t came in the 
walw of the dumping of milUons 
of gallons of raw wwa^ from 
the Utde Creek plant into the 
Chesapeake last week, caused 
by storm damage to the alrewly 
overloaded plant. 

In Us letter to Mayor Rhodes, 
Jaycee President Jack Jenninga 
aakt: 

"Like each of you, our 
(M^an^tton's members were 
^Hialted last weekend whm 
withuut nodce HRSDC dumped 
more than U million galtons of 
untreated aewage into the bay at 
Uttla Q«ek ofeatiag ttw worst 
ptrilutloa of the lower 
Chesapeake in htotory! 

"Knowing that you are 
ata««dy woildag to mmn ttat 
tite dhgusttag ovmt irtO net 
reoccur, it is res^ctfuUy 
recommnsBd wit yes ceii a iiier 
tte|ffeuipt 
efAeggigl 
by the 

to 
a^ hrttw nmmUm to m^ 



desifpied capacity, wMch the 
ChesapeakeEUzabeth plant at 
Little Creek \m reached, and 
that this position be maintained 
by Council unUI specific plans 
for the expansion of tMs Nant 
have reached the final con- 
struction stage, and that no 
additional connectiona be 
altowed imW the plant ex- 
panaion is opn^tive. 

"Udess M» section is taken 
and the HR^X; acceleratei Hi 
ex^naion i^ana to IncreaM the 
Owsapaake-Elteabeth plant's 
capadty, we an anti^iM 
another dumping of raw iewaia 
into the bey as we have new ted 
in October of 1999, January ef 
1971 and meirtracendy in August 
of 1971. 

"with tMs ftttare oRurrenee a 
probability rather than a 
poasliUity, it is aMkikm^ 
reeomnended Itel a sulflriaiit 
n0^K el sn^ cavAMfd 
^Mi be rw^wrad now so ttwt 
tt^ can be rapitUy plaenl at 
eomplettoua plaeaa atong te 
baach and rivw areas to 
prsp«rly wan citeaRB ^ 
puwnlB «f anuB «Mlft»a #ti 
l»^i hasaid rtouU aitfMr 




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;iT!ergency Sewer 
Traatment Urged 



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■ totS' M«C3«»n, eandidatt 
mm Umm d Dri^t*. 

Mir to A. H. PmmIw, 
OMlfiiun of ttMStati Water 
CMM«1 Board, aikinf that 
v^yNi bt dtvtloptd im- 
■^(attljr to roquira tha 
epaitlM of aawagt treatment 
ttdlMai to tnaUU aqaipmant to 
haait MMT^ey altuationa to 
pc«Nal IN pollution of watan 
aoAliawiiai auch at occurred 
(p jNutt mmk wtian the 
Haopttii Holds Sanitation 
tiMrtet Oiaaapaake EUubeth 
Sefagaftaateiant Plant proved 
ioaAJiuate to handle the exeeai 
m^ iituatioR. 

MeC!laiian eaid, "Both the 
kai^ iMurda created and the 
iOMpf tourlat revenue cauied by 
Sit jdBBipii« of the inadequately 
treated aewage are among the 
lacton that make it important 
to not allow the inadequate 
treatment facilitiea to remain ai 
^ are beeauaa of the great 
QieUhood of a repeat oc- 
currence. In addition, the 



damage to the shellfish industry 
in our lower Chesapeake Bay 
itemands that a solution be 
found to the problem. If 
ttc^ical Storm Doria, which 
was a comparatively mild 
storm, caused this much sewage 
overflow, then we can expect 
much more serious problems in 
the future." 

In further remarks, McClanan 
continued, "I believe, although 
I'm certainly not an expert on 
the subject, that an inexpensive 
but effective means of handling 
most emergency situations 
could be developed. Legislation 
needs to be enacted to absolutely 
require sewage treatment 
plants to develop emergency 
facilities. The prospect of the 
City of Richmond dumping 
additional millions of gallons of 
only chlorine treated sewage 
into the James River and 
Holland Utilities and others 
further polluting the Lynnhaven 
River and other local bodies of 
water doan't aj^eal to me," he 
concluded. 




Day Plans 
Are Underway 




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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1971 



Committee Seeks Political Aid 



A nadtmally-known speaker, 
8|W^ classroom and church 
pragma and a high school 
spaaklRf contest are Just a few 
of, ttw events planned in the 
dty*8 week-long observance of 
Uidtad Nations Day, October 17- 

It wiU be the fint time in two 
y«an the city has participated 
iq.tlN national observance. 
Mayor DonaU Rhodes revived 
tte program by 4>pointing Dr. 
- of Old 



in the community. These events 
include a banquet and guest 
speaker, an exhibition at 
Pembroice Mall, a public 
speaking contest on the topic 
"What the UN Must Become in 
the 1970's" for area high school 
students and UN programs in 
the cify schools, libraries, and 
churches. 

All interested citizens are 
invited to contact Dr. Hager at 
5413 Count Turf Road, Virginia 
^each, 23462 or 499-0407. 

In implementing the UN Day 



ALERT For Safety 



Members of ALERT-Affiliated League of Emergency Radio Team-gpent their first 
Labor Day "on the Job" by manning this coffee station at Shore Drive and Nor- 
thampton Blvd. Friday through Sunday from 4 p. m. to 2 a. m. Garland and Shirley 
Eaton were on hand when Sun photographer Jon Sagester snapped this shot. ALERT 
was organized as a radio service to the community. The coffee stand proved a most 
effective way of serving the people. 

Bowennan ^ 

Troubled Juveniles Need More Services 



David R. Hager, . - t ^ ^ . T^ ♦. 

Do^nion University, as In implementing the UN Day Independent Democratic 

Vindnia Beach's 1971 United 'pFiis for the City of Virginia Candidate for the House of 

Natifl* Day Chairman. Beach, Dr. Hager will work with Delegates Michael E. Bower- 

Aetfag in response to an in- the United Nations Association man Tuesday threw his support 

vitatieh by U.S. National ft the United States of America for better facilities to serve 

Chairman for UN Day 1971, which is responsible for coor- U-oubled juveniles. 

dinating UN Day observances 
tiiroughout the nation. 



R)ido4»h A. Peterson, Chairman, 
of tlia l^utive Committee Baidc 
of Americji, Mayor Rhodes' 
app^ntment inaugurates the 
coatmuDlfy drive to plan an 
obeervaiiee which is expected to 
iiwohw tooad participation by a 
wide r/nge of community 
grmis/ 

hvk letter to Mayor Rhodes, 
tff^ the appointment of a 
local UN Day Chairman, 
Pelenon said: "the im- 
portaaM of an international 
orgaidzatiw working toward the 
estabUshment of a workl at 
peace cannot be too strongly 
staled." 

IQ his appointment oi Dr. 
I^K^r, Mayor Rhodes joins with 
community officials across the 
i^ticm who are naming chair- 
oiien f(dlowing Peterson's ap- 
peal. The MayM" called upcm all 
^dsem of Virginia Beach to 
ewure an effective UN Day 
obso'vance by cooperating to 
tbe fuUest extent with Chairman 
Hager. 

.1^. Hager, in wcepting the 
layer's appointment, an- 
i|>uneed that the theme of the 
)971 UN Day observance would 
be to "make the pei^le of 
Virgiala Beach aware of the 
reisvaiKe of the UN for the 
^tf by showing its work, 
4iecesses, problems and 
potendal." He outlined 
I»ettminary plans for a com- 
(mhenshre program of events 
for the week of October 17-24 
whkh will imdve most groins 

City 

[ (Continued from P^t I) . 

300 pounds of potato salad. 
Eotertaimnent wUl include local 
Cub Scout Packs performii^ 
bfdian dancM armii^ camp 
nrea oo beaches. 

Tuesdays activities will 
feature a 9 a.m. ad(ta«ss by Sam 
Zagorla. Director of Labor 
MaaagHBeDt, Wash. D.C, a 2 
p.m. wMnu by fmner Virginia 
Govemmr Mills E. Godwin, Jr.; 
i^id the Jetton of next year's 
Municipal Uague officers 

1*41^$ tai^ooss seasioQa gettii^ 

' oadenniy at S p.m. 
. niese attmdiDg the con- 
vHiUse will have aevenl houn 
of *^NW dme to enjoy the 
beach" uatU the closing 
baotttst bagyyiliig at 7 p.m. at 
(he GMs OnM'. 

Walter "Zan^" Blasey, 
Bottsten Twcaa buraortat, 
ihlaewa as "Aa Texai Aiii- 
baaadMf of OoodwlU " has bMB 
MM la wtsilain Maiataa at 

Vtrgtala MMh «U1 bid 

mm Astasias at a 

II tenea ftWag w- 

0^ at tta ^vM iawii aad 



Appointment 
Deadline Is 
September 24 



Congressman Thomas N. 
Downing has announced today 
that September 24 is the 
deadline for receiving ap- 



In remarks made to his 
supporters, Bowennan said: 

"It's time that we stop talking 
and do something about Virginia 
Beach's need for a JuvenUe 
Rehabilitation and Detention 
Facility. We expend our money 
and our concern elsewhere, 
while the number of children in 
need of such care increases 
daily. 

"The exceptional efforts of 
our Youth Bureau, Social Ser- 
vice Department, and Juvoiile 
Court System are often nullified 
by the lack of local facilities. 
The Detention Home in 



offenders to distant reform 
schools! or slappifig their wrists 
and relestfng them to get into 
trouble again." 

"The Justifiable pride of the 
citizens of Virginia . Beach and 
the progress of their City leaves 



Sewage 

(Continued from Page 11) 
agree to provide our city health 



plications for appointment to the Chesapeake is over-crowded 
U.S. Service Academies for the ^^^j ^^ ^^^ ^^ „^^ ^^^^ „,. 



197M973 school year. 

Downing said his 1972 
nominees to the various 
academies will be selected on 
the basis of the competitive 
examination to be held by the 
U.S. Civil Service Commission 
on October 2, 1971, at various 
location throughout the nation. 
First district residents who are 
interested are requested to write 
to congressman Thomas N. 
Downing, U.S. House of 
Representatives, Room 2135 
Rayburn Office Building, 
Washington, D. C. 20515, before 
the September 24, 1971, 
deadline. An applicant must be 
between the ages of 17 and 21. 

The first district represen- 
tative is seeking qualified young 
men to fill vacancies at the Air 
Force Academy, the military 
academy, the Naval Academy, 
and the Merchant Marine 
Academy. 



as 

fenders must be held in the City 
Jail with adult criminals. Our 
able judges are then left with Uie 
choice between committing 



Helps Shrink 
Swelling Of 
Hemorrhoidal 
Tissues 

caused by inflammation 

Doctors have found a medica- 
tion that in many case* five* 
prompt, temporary relief from 
pain anj burning itch in hemor- 
rhoidal tieauea. 'nien it actually 
heipi ihrink ■welling of theae 
tiuues cauaed by inflammation. 
The answer uPreparationH*. 
No preacription is needed for 
Preparation H. Ointment or 
suppoaitoriea. 



no room for furtho* neglect of 
this need. When elected, I shall 
make every effort toward ob- 
taining funds for, and expediting 
creation of, comprehensive 
youth treatmoit facilities." 

"Such a program should 
provide counaelUng control and 
re-education of youthful of- 
fenders, thus giving the agen- 
cies involved a complete set of 
tools with which to rehabilitate 
these young people and 
eliminate rqwated violationa." 
,^u 1 J. 4 "1 ask for the sivport of the 

officials with immedUte ,^^1^^^ ^f Virginia Beach in 

notification shouU a ww sewage creating-a VlrginU Beach Youth 

dumping be unavoidably im- Rehabilitation and Detention 

minent so that our citizens cg„jgr^,j„^fl^,j^^„^M 

would be warned befwe the t$ci, ___^___ 

rather than after the fact. 
"Our membership shares the 

genuine deep ccmcern of many of 

our citizens over the continued 

polluticmof our waters. We urge 

each of you to continue your 

struggle to break through the 

bureaucratic maze of water 

quality cimtrol departments on 

the state level, and to take 

positive acHon on the local level 

in order to protect our local 

waters ftom further pollution." 



The Ckmunittee for Visual 
Pollution Control Is seeking the 
help of all the city's announced 
political candidates in 
pressuring City Council to 
provide for r«npval of exiatbig 
signs which do not conf enn with 
the new signboard ordinuce. 

Committee Chairman Robert 
M. Stanton has saht a letter to 
the candidates astdna that Jhev 
state their position o|» whether a 
provision for removal of non- 
conforming signs should be 
added to the ordinance and 
request that U)e position be a 
part of their platforms. 

Letters were sent to State 
Senate candidates Richard D. 
Guy (Dem.), Jtmflh Canada 
(Rep.) and Incumbent Soiator 
Edward T. Caton III (Ind.); as 
well aa the seven House of 
Delegate candidates who will 
run in the Dmiocratic prlnrary 
next week for three delegate 
seats: James R. Mmtow, Lowell 
K. Clarke, Glenn B, McQanan, 
Glenn A. H(dl(»nan,Owen B. 
Pickett, Incumbent Delegate 
B.R. Middleton Michael E. 
Bowerman. 

Stanton explains the request 
this way: 

"You are no (toubt aware of 
the sign ordinance recently 
enacted by the City Council of 
Virginia Beach. While thia or- 
dinance was a bold step forward 
by our City Council In con- 
trolling the esthetic quality of 
our community, it fell ^ort of 
bebig complete by not Including 
a (n-ovision for the removal 
of signs that are now non- 
conforming. These signs ^Mdi 
wwe erected prior to the or* 
dinace will be allowed to renoaln 
In their present sUte Infinitely 
under the existing law. We were 
advised that the City CouncU felt 
that Section 15.1-492 of the Code 

VPA Names 
Beach Man 

Charles H. Nelson Jr. has bem 
named Information officnr f<»- 
the Vhrginia Port Authority. 

Before jdning the Authority's, 
staff. Nelson served as news 
director for Norfolk radio 
station WNOR for forty one 
months. 

. His professional background 
includes professional and 
military writing andjsrowl- 
casting, oanbat ^otcirapity. 
.and more dian 25 yean nai«l 
service. 

Ndson is the father of seven 
children, and resides in 
\^inla Beach. 



of Virginia would be in conflict 
with fte city ordinance If the 
provirion for removal of non- 
conforming signs was Included. 
"Tftwe are other laws In 
Virginia relating to outdoor 
advertising visible from Uie 

Visser Top 
Enlisted Man 

Aviation Storekeeper (AK) 
Second Class Albert J. Visser 
has been chMen as Sailor of the 
Month at Naval Air Station 
Oceana bi Virginia Beach, Va. 
Petty Officer Visser Is assigned 
to the Supply Department where 
he wwks In the supply and 
support office. 

In this Job, AK2 Visser works 
u a liaison between station 
bssed squadrons and thb Supply 
Department, acting as a 
troubleshooter when problems 
arise In the process of obtaining 
needed equipment. 

Visser entered the Navy on 
Aug. 1, 1966. He attended 
Storekeeper "A" school in 
Memphis, Tenn. before coming 
to Ooeana. 

Petty Officer Visser Is a 
native of the Netherlands, 
having Inunlgrated to Canada at 
an early age. He chose to make 
the United States Navy his life's 
work and Is in the process of 
obtaining U. S. citizenship as 
well. He feels that "If you put 
yourself Into It 100 per cent, you 
get a decent reward. The Navy 
or anything is only as good as 
you make it." 



main-traveled way of any In- 
terstate or federal-aid primary 
highways; namely, Section 33- 
317.1, Sub-hyphen Paragraph 
(d), This particular statue 
protects existing non- 
conforming outdoor signs or 
advertisement "until the end of 
the fourth year after they 
become non-conforming". 

"It is apparent that Section 33- 
317.1 will have no application to 
the Virginia Beach Sign O- 
dlnance. It is our intent to 
request that the City Council of 
Virginia Beach incorporate a 
provision for the removal of nom 
conforming signs as an 
amendment to the sign or- 
dinance. Since Council believes 
this cannot be done due to the 
possible conflict with the State 
Code, we are requesting can- 
didates for state office to make 
an effort to have the State Code 
modified. Such a modification in 
the Code would then permit the 
City Council of Virginia Beach to 
lawfully pass such an amend- 
ment to the ordinance. 

"We would appreciate it if you 
would study this problem 'and 
give us your thoughts in this 
connection. Specifically, we 
(respectfully request that you 
state your position as to whether 
or not you would undertake to 
modify the ordinance as we- 
requested as a part of your 
riatform for election." 



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CITY OF VIRGfNIA BEACH, VIRQINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEI^ER 



SUN To Name 
M^tar FootbaU Team 

Because outstanding Virginia Beach high 
school players deserve recognition for 
superior performances in varsity athletics, 
the Virginia Beach Sun will honor these top 
City athletes through selection of an all-star 
team in each varsity sport. Officially to be 
known as the Virginia Beach Sun All-Star 
Football Team, the first such team to be 
selected will honor football players from the 
City's six high schools. 

Selection to the Sun All-Star Football 
Team will begin by the coaches at each of the 
Beach high schools nominating by secret 
ballot the three best players that his team 
has faced during the season ateach offensive 
and defensive position. The coaches will rate 
the players they select in order of their 
selection, that is, first, second, or third. The 
Virginia Beach Sun Sports Department will 
then award three points to each first place 
selection, two points to each second place 
selection, and one point to each third place 
selection. The player receiving the greatest 
number of points In each position will be 
named to the Virginia Beach Sun All-Star 
Football Team. The player receiving the 
second-greatest number of votes will be a 
second team selection. Players receiving the 
third-greatest number of votes will be 
designated as honorable mention. 

Each team member will receive a per- 
manent plaque honoring his selection to thi 
Sun All-Star Team, Second-team selectipnsA 
will receive award certificates. v/^ 

The Virginia Beach Sun feels that it Is time ' 
for outstanding Beach Athletes to receive 
^ ^g^ropriate i i<i»f rH tle» for their effor^ 
addition to stories or\ our tptrh piii^i* 
staff of the Sun believes that selection to the 
Sun All-Star Team will prove to be a 
distinction of which our City's athletes can 
be proud. 



En/in Asks Limi 
To Septic Tanl^s 



Lynnhaven Councilman Fteid 
Ervin has again urged his fellow 
councilmen to take more 
definite and construction steps 
in easing this city's serious 
sewage problems. 

In a letter to members of City 
Council. Ervln outlined a 
resolution which, he said, had 
been sent to the City Clerk in 
hopes it will be placed on the 
agenda for the September 20 
meeting. 

Ervin' has been one of the 
strongest advocates of tighter 
controls over planning ap- 
plications which might affect 
overloaded sewer lines, 

As he explained to council in 
his letter: "Last January, 
meeting in executive session 
with representatives of the State 
Water Control Board and State 
Health Department, we were 
made aware of the intricate 
nature of this problem and the 
very difficult task of remedying 
violations. 

"Since that session, malfunc- 
tions on the part of private 



utility systems, individual septic 
tanks and even HRSDCs 
Chesapeake-Elizabeth treat- 
ment plant have underscored 
the tremendous potential danger 
we have in this city. " he said 

As if to substantiate the 
councilman's concern, a 
malfunction of (he Holland 
Utilities plant caused raw 
sewage to How out of a manhole 
on Kellam Road over the week- 
end. 

The flow dumped into a ditch 
which eventually carried the 
sewage into the Western Branch 
of the Lynnhaven River. 

"Various citizens groups have 
decried the situation and pled 
with us to take positive acticm." 
Ervin stated in his letter. "In the 
interim, valuable shell fish beds 
have bem closed and pollution 
of our w^tervMys has reached 
dangerous, tf not unsafe, 
levels." 

Ervin's resolution may be 
altered by the City Attorney 
before it reaches council, at the 

(Contimmd on Page 2) 




Middlctmi 



Pickett 



McClanan 



Middleton, Picl^ett And 

Win Primary 




B R (Bev) Middleton, Owen 
B. Pickett, and Glen B. Mc- 
Clanan emerged victorious in 
Tuesday's primary as the 
Democratic nominees for the 
three Virginia Beach seaU in the 
House of Delegates. 

Unofficial returns gave 
Middleton 3,803 votes with a 202- 
vole edge over Pickett who drew 




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Proposed 



Sheriff John E. Marr requested City CoiuicU. at last Friday's Informal session. I© 
replace the existing antiquated City Jail with m% modern facMty. Marr estimates the 
new facility, which would have a capacity of 225 Inmates as Compared to the pr«»eni 
capacity of 98, would have a total cost of 13.750.000. He contends the city would realize a 
savings of nearly half that amount which would be required to Improve the present City 
Jail to a comparable standard. Word is still awaited on CouncH's reactJwi. 



Speaks Fire Coordination Bayne's First Concern 

_ . „ ^ ..„ ..^ ,. «!.._- -_ want to out some paid men in Beach Borough departmi 



Appredation Day 



Monday was a very special day to the many friends of 
bouncy M-yfar-old retired city manager. W. Russell 
Hatchett. and hit wlft, Lucy. It was Mlcation of the new 
nmletoal f olf course named after Hatchett and. ai W. 
il«M«n Hatchett Day. It was an opportmilty to express 
■Nrtetattoii for Hatcbettl many ymn ol itrvlce to Ac 
eS. PM Bmkm (left to top pk^) prMMled a new 
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To the Editoi : 

The Maryland-District of 
Columbia Utilities Association 
annually meets at The Cavalier 
after Labor Day. This year there 
were 421 persons present. As 
part of this convention, 
Saturday afternoon is the time 
for a men's doubles tennis 
tournament. This year the 
Cavalier's own courts were not 
available due to construction. 

Two days of frantic calls to 
local tennis enthusiasts and the 
director of Parks and 
Recreation were, at best, 
frustrating. 

Wc were finally told that we 
could "take our chances" at 
getting on courts at First 
Colonial or Princess Anne High 
Schools. Once we were there no 
one would drive us off! 

It is a bit disconcerting to 
schedule upwards of twenty 
players at such a remote 
location with ho assuraace that 
vou would be able to play. 
' As it developed. Princess 
Anne High was not occupied and 
we did play. 

May I suggest that 
somewhere, somehow, in the 
Beach area there be a facility 
that may be reserved for for- 
mally scheduled matches by 
tlflllated groups? 

With this exception, our visit 
in Virginia Beach was very 
pleasant. 

Yours very truly. 

J. Edwin Hobbs 

vice president 

Delmarva Power & Ught Co. 

Salisbury, Md. 



E. B. "Bubba" Bayne, ap- 
pointed to the newly created 
position of Fire Chief of Virginia 
Beach, indicates his first major 
project will be the coordination 
of the various fire departments 
of the resort city under a cen- 
tralized direction. 

Placing the various fire 
departments. which are 
presently directed by unit 
chiefs, under the direction of an 
overall fire chief was a major 
recommendation in the 
Municipal Fire Protection Study 
compiled for Virginia Beach last 
year by the National Loss 
Control Service Corporation. 

Bayne's appointment was 
announced by City Manager 
Roger Scott during last Friday's 
City Council meeting. The an- 
nouncement followed several 
months of consideration of a 
number of applicants by Scott. 
Bayne has served for 34 years 
in the Beach Borough fire 
department, and as Chief of the 
department for the past 24 
years. That unit is comprised of 
volunteers as well as paid 
firemen. 

When asked what he felt would 
be his top priority moves Bayne 
replied "We've got to get the 
companies organlted and we 



Hearing Set 

I. 

The ParlMutufI Bttllni 
Study. Commission has an- 
nounc«l a public me^lni to bt 
held at 10 i.m. on S^^mber 31 
at the Laks WrlgM Motal. 




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want to put some paid men 
next year's budget." 

The utilizing of paid men in 
the various fire departments 
which are presently manrwd by 
volunteers was also recom- 
mended in the Fire Protection 

Study. 

Bayne points out another 
major move will be "to divide 
the city into two districts and get 
two deputy chiefs and a drill 
instructor." 

The dividing of the city into 
individual fire districts under 
the guidance of a deputy chief, 
according to Bayne. is another 
step towards the coordination of 
all fire departments in the city. 

The naming of a drill in- 
structor is an indicaliqn Bayne 
desires to assure exposing all 
firemen to more uniform 
procedures which will permit 
them to assist each other in a 
more standard method 

Bayne says he intends to 
request financial allocations for 
the deputy chiefs and drill in- 
structor iri the next City budget. 

Bayne also pointed to other 
steps which he feels cteserve 
immediate attention by saying 
"Another major job is the 
realignmg of the Beach Borough 
paid fire department, the Fire 
Inspection Bureau, and the Fire 
Dispatchers Office." 

Bayne is quick to point out 
these steps basically "will mean 
a change in title but no loss in 
pav for the people Involved" 

the relocation of his office as 
soon as possible is one of the 
first moves Bayne wants to 
accomplish. He indicates he will 
establish headquartwrs in the 
Plata area in order to be located 
at a more cent rallied point to 
serve all fire departmwts. 

The vacancy in the Beach 
Borough department created by 
Bayne's new position has 
already been filled. He sa^ he 
has appointed William R. 
Gurlev Sr . who has bsM In the 



Beach Borough department 
since 1947, to take charge of the 
department's operation. 

When asked how he viewed the 
future as Fire Chief of Virginia 
Beach he said "I don't an- 
ticipate any difficulties. I do 
anticipate some problems that 
can be resolved." 

Bayne spoke highly of the 
volunteer firemen of the City 
and the importance of their 
work. He indicated his continued 
faith in them by saying "I'm 
sure we're going to get plenty of 
cooperation from the volunteer 
firemen. " 



3.601 votes, while 
earned 3.550 votes. 

Middleton. an electrical 
contractor, was the only in- 
cumbent among seven can- 
didates in the newly created 40th 
Legislative District. 

While this was Pickett's first 
campaign for a legislative seat 
he was not a newcomer to 
politicking He conducted an 
unsuccessful campaign in 1967 
for the office of Com- 
monwealth's Attorney, as well 
as holding the office of Virginia 
Beach City Democratic 
Chairman. 

McClanan, who, like Pickett, 
is a lawyer, brought his first 
political campaign to a suc- 
cessful conclusion. A former 
president of the Council of Civic 
Organizations, he campaigned 
as an "independent" 
disclfiming alignment with any 
political faction. 

Middleton, along with Lowell 
K. Clarke and Glenn A. 
Holloman. was backed by City 
Treasurer V. A. (Jack) 
llllHridtKV, py^rganizatimi 
"" ' 'teftlg"- 
Wr^^ witfj James R- 
Morrow and Michael E. 
Bowerman, was labeled as 
candidates of tlw Sidney S. 
Kellam organization, a con- 
nection which each cd them 
steadfastly denied. 

Pending today's official 
certification of the primary 

Fire CouncO 
Disbands 

Members of the Virginia' 
Beach Fire Council during their 
regular monthly meeting 
Monday night voted to disband 
the organization after 23 years 
existence. 

Ivan Mapp, Council Chair- 
man, says the move was based 
on the appointment of E. B. 
Bayne as overall Chief of the 
various fire departments of the 
resort city. 

The main function of the Fire 
Council w^s serving as liason 
between the fire departments 
and City Officials to assist 
firemen in solving matters 
which might present operational 
problems. This service will now 
be provided by Chief Bayne. 



McClanan results Middleton, Pickett and 
McClanan will comprise the 
first Virginia Beach three-man 
delegation to the House. 



The resort city's three-roan 
representation in the Vlrgiiria 
House of Delegates resulted 
from the legislative reap- 
portionment of last June, which, 
based on census figures, created 
the 40th District based on the 
"one man one vote" mandate. 

Vote totals for the fovff un- 
^Cessful nominee candidates 
in Tuesday's primary were as 
follows: 

Morrow, 3,147. Holloman, 
2,802, Clarke, 2,558; and 
Bowerman, 2,171. 

While 57.255 names are con- 
tained in the official votw 
registration list the voter turn- 
out in Tuesday's prte«7 ^M 
friaced at only 8,416. 

This unumally y»v vote total 
was viewed as a foregone 
conclusion attribute to a lad| of 
interest during the cafflpa%l. 



NorTolk Shares 
Beach Voters 



Vot«^ in U of 34 VirgiiUa 
Beach precincts had the unique 
responsibility of castii^ ballots 
for nominees to the State S<mate 
and House (^ Ddegates from the 
City of Norfolk in Tuesday's 
Democratic priniary. 

The situatim resulted from 
court-orctered reapp<M^ionment 
which placed portions of the 
precincts in the 3Mh HouM 
district and the 5th, 6th and 7th 
Senate districts, which is shared 
in representation by both 
Virginia Beach and Norfolk. 

The precincts involvMi include 
Aragona A, Thoroughgood, 
Shelton Park, Bayside, Davis 
Corner, Kem ps villa, 
Arrowhead, Larkspur, as wdl 
as Woocbtock A, B and C. 

Five of the precincts, Ara^na 
A. Thoroughgood, Shelton Parte, 
Bayside and Davis Comer were 
concerned with the House 
votings, while all (rf the 11 
precincts, with the exception of 
Thoroughgood and Shelton 
Park, cast votes in the 
senatorial contest. 




They're Tenm-Minded, Too 



Putting political differences aside, DemocraUc senatorial candidate W^M ^<^ 
(left) and Republican senatorial candidate Joaepb Canada turned tw ■jg^ _^^ 
night to communitv service and partlclpatton by attending the VIrpfcl B^ mjm m 
Patron's annual Tennis Ball. Mrs. Canada Is pictured with them In »e ^^*^^^ 
Mn. Guy had already stepped out of camera rang* when tte sbiMM* * 
Tennis Ball pictures are inside todav's Sun. 




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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

Tennis Ball 

Some of the area's most enthusiastic 
tennis players and playing tennis 
enthusiasts turned out Friday for the 
gala Tennis Ball at the Capes Beach 
and Cabana Club. Sponsored annually 
by the Virginia Beach Tennis 
Patrons, the ball is one of the season's 
social highlights, rounding off a 
summer of active tennis par- 
ticipation. The IVIarIt III band kept the 
group hopping and specitil en- 
tertainment was provided by a 
blonde-bombshell go-go dancer. 
Among the many tennis supporters 
attending were: (picture at left) Sam 
Hakim, Mrs. Howard Jones, Howard 
Jones. Mrs. Sam Hakim. Ted 
Broeclter and Mrs. Ted Broecker (all 
left to right) In the picture at the right 
are Tom Lee, Mrs. Tom Lee, Mrs. 
John Maragon and John Maragon 




Photos by Phil Uhler 



Cub Pack Has Outing 



Cub Pack 378 met recently at Jim Kelley, assistance scout- 
Camp Owaissa. Following the master. 

Thank-you gifts were 
presented to Gary Benton and 
Bob Dawson. Benton has been 
serving as assistant . Webelos 
Leader while Dawson has 
served Iwth on the committee 
and as a Webelos Leader. 



business meeting, the Cub 
Scouts and their families en- 
joyed a picnic lunch and a swim. 

The following awards were 
presented: Bruce Suit, 6 Silver 
Arrows (Bear); Richard 
Dawson, 1 Silver Arrow (Bear) ; 
John Smith, 1 Silver Arrow 
(Wolf) and Jeff Childress, Scien- 
Ust. 

Bruce Suit was inducted into a 
new Webelos D«i. 

In a graduation ceremony, 
Jeff CThildress and Jack Phelps 
were accepted into Troop 378 by 



Cubmaster Alexander Mit- 
chell was presented a 
recognition gift. Mitchell was 
deployed when the leaders were 
honored in February and was 
recognized for three and a half 
years as Cubmaster. 



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New Sea Scoufs At Work 



Members of Virginia Beach's newly formed Sea Scout 
unit, Ship 497, tall( with their advisors during their first 
outing at the home of Dr. Robert Bosley. The group is 
sponsored by the Virginia Beach Yacht Club. They are 
(left to right) Don Doxey. First Mate. Dr. Bosley. 



Skipper, Gary Lownsbury. First Mate. Mike VanDyke, 
14, Tony Ferry, 14. Vick Locke, 14, Burt Liverance, 14, 
Harry Carey, 14. Mike Holcomb, 15, Richard Courtney. 
17, Bruce Dietrich, 14, Brian Nole, 1.5. Jerry Shears, 15. 
(Photo by Jon Sagester) 



Nine new fulltime faculty 
appointments have been made 
for the 1971-72 academic session 
at Virginia Wesleyan College, 
according to an announcement 
this week by Dr. William M. 
Wilson, Dean of the College. 

New to the College this year 
are: Dr. W. Wayne Artis, 



9 fJevf^uJty Members Named 



councilman's request, but his 
own draft was submitted like 
this: 

"Be it resolved that the City 
Council of the City of Virgjiiia 
Beach hereby adopts the 
following policy position with 
respect to all future applications 
for septic tank permits as well 
as requests for taps to be made 
in any sewer collecting system. 
It is the intent of this resolution 
to include all sewer collecting 
systems whether owned by a 
public or private utility, and 
further includes connections to 
force mains, manholes, pumping 
stations and gravity sewers. 

1. "That approval of any 
application for a septic tank be 
limited to property zoned single 
family residential and 
residential duplex subject to the 
following special conditions: 

(a) 'That the area to be used 
for the drain field meet the 
minimum standards established 
by the Virginia Department of 
Health and that a soil analysis 
be conducted to verify the 
suitability of the site for septic 
tank use. 

(b) "That no drain tile be 
installed nearer than fifty (50) 
feet to any public waterway. 

(c) "That the structure, or 
portion thereof, to be served by 
said system will be the principle 
dwelling of the applicant. 

(d) "Where the collecting 
system is served by a private 
utility, new connections will be 
permitted if the plant treatment 
load, averaged over the 
previous three months, is less 
than 80 pen cent of design 



(Continued from Pag9 1) 

2. That no further connections 
to any sewer collecting syston 
be approved until the following 
requirements have been met: 

2. "Where the collecting systeip 
is,^erved by a private utility^ 
new connections will be per- 
mitted if the plant treatment 
load, averaged over th6 
previous three months, is less 

than 80 per cent of design 
capacity. Requests for such 
connections shall also be ac- 
companied by a statement from 
both the State Health Depart- 
ment and Water Control Board 
certifying that the treatment 
plant meets the minimum 
standards set forth by their 
respective departments. 
(b) "Where the collecting 

system is served is served by 
Hampton Roads Sanitation 
District Commission new 
connections will be permitted 
when work on the planned 16 
MGPD expansion of the 
Chesapeake-Elizabeth Treat- 
ment Paint has reached the 
construction stage and with the 
further provision that no ad- 
ditional treatment load will be 
imposed on the Chesapeake- 
Elizabeth Plant prior to the 
completion of the afore- 
mentioned expansioi unless 
approved by HRSDC and the 
Virginia Beach Department of 
Community Services. 

"This resolution will become 
effective immediately upon 
adoption by the Virginia Beach 
City Council. ApplicatiM*. or 
request* a|)proved pri^i^%e 
adoption of thir resolution are 



professor of sociology; Dr. S. M. Hirsch, assis,tant professor 

George A. Churukian, assistant of English; Dr. Charles L. 

professor of education; Mrs. Kessler, associate professor of 

Patricia E. Dykes, reference religion; Gordon A. Magnuson, 

librarian; Dr. Laurance F. assistant professor of English; 

Ferreri, assistant professor of and Daniel A. Williams, 

biology-chemistry; Bruce H. assistant professor of Spanish. 
Guernsey, instructor in English 
and Poet in Residence; Richard 



A two-day pre-session con- 
ference for faculty will be held 
on September 13 and 14. The 
program will begin at 9:30 a.m. 
on Monday with welcoming 
remarks by President Lambuth 
M. Clarke. 



capacity. Requests for such excluj|ed.' 
connections shall also be ac- „^ ^ „ .^ .. 
companied by a statement frem Edward Dav.d Heuer Jr.. of 
both the State Health Depart- ^''ve ^°^^^ ^°'^^' Virginia 
ment and Water Control Board ^^^^^ ^^^ received a bachelors 
certifying that the treatment <^«8ree in science from Purdue 
plant meets the minimum University. He was one of 922 
standards set forth by their Purdue students to complete 
respective departments. ^"^"' *<""'^ '" ^^e summer 

session. 



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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 




Touring the new Medicenter at the Open House were Mr. and Mrs. Beau Kail, who 
stopped to chat with Mrs. Hilda Brown, R.N. 

New Patient Concept 



ch Medicenter Opens 




MedTlr^nter of America 
opened its doors Monday, 
ushering in 9 new concept in 
patient care and service for 
Beach area residents. 

The recuperation center at 
1148 First Colonial Road, located 
north of the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach, will offer the 
recuperating patient the op- 
portunity of spending at least a 
part of his hospital stay in the 
modern setting of the 
Medicenter. 



It will be owned and operated 
by Medicenters of America, 
Inc., of Memphis, Tejmessee. 

The two-story, 88-bed 
Medicenter will have extensive 
treatment services for the 
recuperating patient, including 
physical therapy, diagnostic x- 
ray, pharmacy and laboratory. 
All services are rendered under 
the direct order of the patients 
personal physician. 

Administrator of the new 
facility is Mr. Gary D. An- 




derson. He graduated from the 
University of Northern Iowa 
with a d^ree in Business Ad- 
ministration. After serving 
with the U.S. Army in Vietnam 
he joined the Medicenter 

organization as Assistant Ad- 
ministrator of the Denver. 
Colorado facility. In March, 
1971, he was selected to be 
Procedures Analyst for the 
Medicenter regional office in 
Cincinnati. Mr. Anderson is 
recently married. 

Explaining the advantages of 
Medicenter patient care, An- 
derson said, "Virginia Beach 
area hospitals may now transfer 
non-critical patients to the 
Medicenter for recuperation, 
freeing much needed beds for 
more seriously ill patients." 

Chief advantage for the 
recuperation centers patients 
will' be financial. Room rates 
will be from 35 per cent to 45 per 
cent less than the average 
hospital roo^j^^^^^ , , 

The Medicenter will meet the 
stringent requirements for 
approval by the Joint Com- 
mission on Accreditation for 
Hospitals and all state and local 
requirements. It will also be 
certified for Medicare patients. 

The Virginia Beach facility is 
the forty— eighth Medicenter in 
the country and the second for 
Virginia. One other Medicenter 
is located in Norfolk. 




Dreelin Pronr? 



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Donald f. . *• (. 
been with the Iv-n-yr 
of Virginia since 1967, iw^ ui.'en 
promoted to vice presldoit In 
charge of commercial 
devetopment. 

A graduate of Benedictine 
Hi^ School In Richmond and 
Virginia Military Institute, 
Dreelin has a bachelor of 
science degree In civil 
engineering. He has alw taken a 
number of buslneaa ad- 
ministration courses at various 
colleges. 

Among Uie projects wldch he 
has developed for Terry are the 
Pembroke One office building, 
the Pembroke Park Shc^ipet, 
The Meadows Professional 
Building and Pembroke 
Meadows Shopping Center. 

Dreelin was employed by 
Daniel Construction Company of 
Virginia from August 1963 to 
July 1967. He served as assistant 
office manager and assistant 
purchasing agent, assistant 
project manager, scheduling 
manager and project manager, 
and was responsible for tlie 
construction of Pembr<*e Mall 
Shopping Center. 

With his wife and two 
children, Dreelin resides at 604 
Cardiff Rd., and is a membM" of 
St. Gregory's Catholic Church. 
He is chairman of the building 



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the board ut governorf <d the 
Pembroke Meadows Recreation 
Colter, He Is a member d Uie 
ndewater Association of Home 
Mildeni and the Construction 
^)«ciflcation Institute. 

Commissioned a second 
lieutenant in the U.S. Army 
lUMfves upon his grachiatlwi 
from coUege, Dreelin sen^d at 
Fort Sill, Okla., and Fort Hood, 
Tex. He had attained the rank of 
captain when he received an 
htmorable discharge in 1968. 



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when the primary eigjsj.i* **f 

unveiled at each of Ik t^ty 

eight branchea tbro' ,iAom 

Virginia. 

The princlpte graphic demmt 
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on a br^^t Uue backgrcttid. 
Des^ned by the New Yost fine 
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Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Anderson prepare to receive the 
guests at the Medicenter Open House. Anderson is ad- 
ministrator of the new facility. 



Dr. Wise Named 

Dr. E. Spencer Wise, 
Associate Professor of Biology 
at Christopher Newport College, 
has been appointed to fill the 
unexpired term of E. H. Renn on 
the Southeastern Virginia Air 
Pollution Control Committee. 

Dr. Wise, an Eastern Shore 
native and a U. S. Navy veteran 
of World War II and Korean 
War, has been teaching at CNC 
since 1964. He and his family 
reside at Virginia Beach. 

Group Meets Monday 

The Thoroughgood Civic 
League will meet Monday at 8 
p.m. in the Thoroughgood 
Elementary School auditorium. 

The speaker will be a 
representative of the City of 
Virginia Beach who will outline 
plans for sewer lines in 
Thoroughgood. 




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P.O. MX *S7 




.^ > . igirmil) pnnlcQ as an 

luu^ letter to ttie editor in the Cin- 

i Enquirer. Since that time it hai 

»v i-eprinted in ottwr newapapen. It 

a> J to the Virginia Biach Sun via a letter 
from Rocky Mount to a local innkeeper. 
The meiMge itcarriei ii lo dnply sincere, 
editfNTial ipace ii hwrtby davoted to thii 
unkMum man'i cry lor paaca, U not of the 
world, at laait ol the mind. 

THirt art thoie who claim ours is a 
"riek" lodaty; that our country is sicic; 
that wt ait iiek. Well, maybe they're right. 
I liitoilt that I'm sick . . and maybe you 
art, too. 

I am alok ci having policemen ridiculed 
and eiklM "pigs" while cop killers are 
hattad aa some kind of folk hero. 

I am ilek oi being told that religion is the 
epiala d! Uie people, but marijuana should 

bal8fal^«d. 

I am sick of commentators and colum- 
nists canonizing anarchists, 
revolutionaries and criminal rapists, but 
Cmdemning law enforcement when such 
criminals are brought to justice. 

I am sick of being told that pornography 
is the right of the free press, but freedom of 
the press does not include being able to 
read the Bible on school grounds. 

I am sick of paying more and more taxes 
to build schools while I see some faculty 
members encouraging students either to 
tear them down or burn them. 

I am sick of Supreme Court decisions 
which turn criminals loose on society — 
while other decisions try to take away my 
means of protecting my home and family. 

I am sick of pot-smoking entertainers 
deluging me with their condemnation of my 
moral standards on late-night television. 

I am sick of being told that policemen are 
mad dogs who should not have guns — but 
that criminals who use guns to rob, maim 
and murder should be understood and 
helped back to society. 

I am sick of being told it is wrong to use 
napalm to end a war overseas — but if it's a 
Molotov cocktail or a.bomb at home, I must 
understand the provocations. 

I am sick of not being able to take my 
family to a movie unless I want to have 
them exposed to nudity, homosexuality and 
the glorification of narcotics. 

I am sick of riots, marches, protests, 
demonstrations, confrontations, and the 
other mob temper tantrums of people in- 
tellectually incapable of working within the 



. ai ' ig lie same slick 

slogans, the cnt:^ .. ptiople who must chant 
the same ttiing like zombies, because they 
haven't the capacity for verbalizing 
thought. 

I am sick of those who say I owe them this 
or that because of the sins of my 
forefathers — when I have loolted down 
both ends of a gun barrel to defend their 
rights, their liberties and their families. 

I am sick of cynical attitudes toward 
patriotism. I am sick of politicians with no 
backbone. 

I am sicIc of permissiveness. 

I am sick of the dirty, the foul-mouthed, 
the unwashed. 

I am sick of the decline of personal 
honesty, personal integrity and human 
sincerity. 

Most of all, though, I am sick of being told 
I'm sick. I'm sick of being told my country 
is sick — when we have tfie greatest nation 
that man has ever brought forth on the face 
of the earth. Fully 50 percent of the people 
on earth would willingly trade places with 
the most deprived, the most un- 
derprivileged among us. 

Yes, I may be sick, but if I am only sick, I 
can get well. 1 can also help my society get 
well — and help my country get well. 

Take note, all of you . . . you will not find 
me throwing a rock or a bomb; you will not 
find me under a placard; you will not see 
me take to the streets; you will not find me 
ranting to wild-eyed mobs. 

But you will find me at work, paying 
taxes, serving in the community where I 
live. 

You will also find me expressing my 
anger and indignation to elected officials. 

You will find me speaking out in support 
of those officials, institutions and per- 
sonalities who contribute to the elevatfon of 
society and not its destruction. You will 
find me contributing my time, money and 
personal influence to helping churches, 
hospitals, charities and other establish- 
ments which have shown the true spirit of 
ttiis country's determination to ease pain, 
suffering, eliminate hunger and generate 
brotherhood. 

But, most of all, you'll find me at the 
polling place. There — if you listen — you 
can hMr the! thunder of the common man. 
ThereiaUjiiKUs can cast our vote — for an 
America where people can walk the streets 
without fear. 

—Author Unknown 



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By W. A. Ltavffll 



The Ofy Enferfains 

The Virginia Municipal League eased its 66th Annual Convention into its final hours with 
a huge bar-b-que and cook-out Monday afternoon at The Narrows. The City of Virginia 
Beach hosted the big occasion and served as cooks and waiters in providing food for the 
l.lSOO some odd officials attending. The cooks especially had their hands full with about 
1,600 steads and 800 pounds of fish. But It was a much appreciated effort by the visiting 
leaguers. 




D. C. CURREHT 

BY CYf(EHE Dm 





A GLIMPSE OF TIGER, by 
Herman Raucher, New York. 
Putnam. 1971. $5.95. 

Herman Raucher has written 
another moving love story like 
his summer of '42. This time 
the setting is contemporary, and 
Raucher's focus is on his two 
main characters. Tiger and 
Luther and how "th^ lived and 
loved in Manhattan." 

Tiger, realizii^ that she is 
getting nowhere stayii^ with 
Luther, takes refuge with the 
Establishment as Janice 
McAllister (her r^ai' name), 
workii^ girl. Luther is lost 
without Tiger, without even "a 
glimpse 5 Tifpr," and he 
imagines hwr in hw y as e n c ft 

Thfi. Story be<ionieiP , in- 
creasingly dramatic as Luther 
tries to persuade Tiger to return 
to him and to his world of pranks 
and impersonations. 

Luther follows Tiger even to 
her job, and in a shocking ending 
he finds his Tiger. 

A GLIMPSE OF TIGER, 
available at all four Virginia 
Beach libraries and the book- 
mobile, is a love story the reader 
will remember. 
Agnes Peterson 



'Girl' 
Repeats 

"Star Spangled Girl" a 
lighthearted comment on 
patriotism, by Neil Simon is now 
playing at the Lakewright 

Theatre! 

Directed by Mike Barlow, who 
also plays Andy, it is interesting, 
fast paced, and humorous. 

Andy Hobart as played by 
Mike completely dominates 
scene one and remains in- 
teresting throi^hout the play. 

Norman Cornell as played by 
I.ance Mauro. starts slowly, but 
as the story progresses becomes 
stronger and more interesting. 
By plays end I was completely 
won over to Norman, Both 
young men are to be com- 
ii^nded. They mesh well 
together. 

Sophi Roshmier. the third 
member of the cast is a Southern 
Belle. jiMt gushing with the 
"Declaration <rf Independence, 
the Constitution, and a love for a 
6'4 ' Marine that would've 
scared me Bui not Norman or 
And> Sof^i. as played by Judy 
Haubrich. is Just a wee bit too 
Southern. But she is enjoyable 
and bflieveable. 

Thank sou for a tine Saturday 
Evening Mr Simon plus :). 

I)avr(>arland 



WASHINGTON, D. C, September 7, 1971 — Summw ends with 
Labor Day for apartment pool swimmers. There is gnashing of 
teeth and lamentation as they linger for just one more dip. 

The young student life guard begins taking the ladder down at 
the deep end and then folds the few unoccupied chairs. No one takes 
the hint, but eventually everyone collects his impedimenta and like 
Uie Arab reluctantly bids a "see you next season" and goes to his 
own cubicle. 

Who are these swimmers who after Labor Day revert to their 
clothes instead of their bikinis and go about their work and their 
private lives? Most of them are single government workers, 
secretaries and foreign embassy attaches. There are a few retired 
couples who start traveling before their swim suits get dry. 

The interesting thing is that they litwally hibernate as far as 
seeing their aquatic friends is concerned. I met one on a winter's 
day and innocently remarked, "I didn't know you with your clothes 
on." 

Most of them have jobs where they can walk to work, either at 
the Department of State, the World Bank the u!"s.I.A., a nearby 
- business office, in one of the many hospitals in the area, or even the 
National Press Building. They are serious about their jobs and are 
glad to get home to their own little nook when the day's work is 
done. They are not chummy with their neighbors. 

Most of them seem to be good cooks. They are interested in 
recipes-the men as well as the women. All ar^^teresM in food 

One State Dq>artmait wife is a bargain hunter. 9ie I^Fs^ay- 
old bread, caidiflower With a tiny black spot on it which shecuts 
out, angel cake mix on sale, and takes advantage of every coupon. 
That is why she can travel with her executive husband around the 
world and buy exquisite dresses in HOng Kong, Manila, Thailand 
and Other far-off places. 

Most of them have hobbies. Two high-priced secretaries knit 
and sew. One government man (early retired) is a great reader 
(hates novels). Another, a busy accountant, enjoys politics, 
popular records and likes to cook. 

Very few play bridge. It is impossible to get a foursome in the 
apartment. Two have to be imported for the two who like to play. 

Luckily the Kennedy Center is only three blocks away and the sky 
is the limit for anyone who wishes to take advantage of the world's 
best performances in opera, symphony and drama at their door- 
step. 

ENERGY DIET THAT'LL SAVE THE DAY 




Ai Uw crowded gallery follows the thoughtlessnens mrfW a Red Wing Park 
dymmlc Medican golfer Lee Trevino off fairway. But Sun photographer was a 
to the aext tee, a reminder of their good ecologist...he picked op the can. 



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Till" AdniiniMralionV "clean mrrpy" pro^i'tiiii 
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As one who hhs long had faith in the Bible and its truthi, I Jiave 
heard mv share of "It's a good story but can you prove It? Yott can 
find people who will question just about ovory word in the Bible. 

The Bible we have todav Is the renult of many translations. I it 
subject lo human error m ttu« n-iuMtinB of the stories. E-ven the 
selection of a sittgle word hundreds of years ago by a rellglouB 
scholnr i'OxM have changed the meaning of parts of the Bible. 

Since the Bibk- was about things that happened a long time ago 
it has long been lelt that it would be Impossible to prove it true or 
fiilse. It was a matter of faith and not scientific proof. 

At long last, it seems that one of the better known stories of the 
Bible is about to be proved a fact If this great thing comes about. It 
will give faith a much needed boost. , ^ ^ , ,; , 

The storv of Noahs Ark is well known. It is one of the basic links 
In the stor> of our religion II is also one of the most doubted parts of 

Ihe Bible. , ..,.., , , 

In the sixth chapter of Genesis the Bible states the dimensions of 
a wooden ship which we have called Noahs Ark. The Bible tells us 
that the ship was about 451) feet long. 75 feet wide and 45 feet high. 

In about 250 B, C. Babylonian historian Berossus and in about 70 
A D Jewish historian Josephus both stated that the inhabitants of 
the Mount Ararat, in what is now Turkey, had ready access to 
Noflh*s Ark 

Marco Polo even referred to the ship on the top of a mountain. A 
team of avalanche workers in 1840 reported they saw the prow of a 
ship sticking out of an ice pack near the top of Mount Ararat. 

In 1955. Ferdinand Nevarra, a Frenchman, scaled Ararat and 
reported that in a great crevass on the mountain he saw a large 
quantity of hand-tooled timbers. He brought back a five foot long 
four bv six timl)er. 

In i969 he went back with a group and they brought back two 
more timbers. Scientists have dated these timbers at between l,m 
and 5.000 years old. These pieces of wood could well be from Noah's 
Ark. ■ . ^ 

It is reported that just before the Bolshevik Revolution a 
Russian aviator flew over Mount Ararat and reported that he saw 
what looked like a large boat grounded on the shore of a lake near 
the south slope on top of the mountain. J 

( The report said the boat Ipoked like it has a stubby mast, thflftop 
was rounded over, with a flat catwalk about five feet wide down the 
length of it. i 

It was about one-fourth under water. It had been gytly 
dismantled on one side near the front and on the other side t|ere 
were great doorways, one nearly twenty-four feet square, but the 
door was gone. 

A report was sent to the Russian Government and it aroused 
considerable interest. 

This resulted in a group of about 100 being sent to climb the 
mountain. i 

It took two weeks to reach the boat. Complete measurements of 
it were taken, plans of it were drawn and numerous photographs 
were taken. > 

The boat was ,iound lo contain hundreds of small rooms. Some 
with very high ceilings. Some unusually large rooms had fences of 
great timbers across them, some of which were two feet thick and 
designed to hold beasts ten times as large as elephants. 

Other rooms were lined with cages reminding them of those 
used in poultry shows, only instead of chicken wire there were rows 
of metal bars across the front. 

Everything was heavily painted with a warlike paint resembling 
shellac and the workmanship of the craft showed all signs of a high 
type civilization. The wood used throughout was similar to 'the 
cypress family which never rots, and which, being painted and 
frozen most of the time, accounts for its condition of perfect 
preservation. . * ■♦ 

Only a few days after the report was^ertt'to the CiiSy'the 
Russian government was overthrown by the Bolshevic Revolution. 
It is believed the report was. lost or never made public in an effort to 
discredit all belief In the truth of the Bible. 

Time will prove o^ disporve Noah's Ark on top of Mount Ararat. 
If it is true, what excuse will those of little faith have then? 

Tennis Patrons 
Are Now Ahead 

form of a letter to the let^tor. 
Because it backs up what has 
been repeatedly stated l|^ the 
Sun, the letter was moved to 
page one. 

As for last week's question on 
the response was only midlin'. 

The question was: "D91 you 
favor the Planning ijlom- 
mission's proposal thatl the 
group meet twice a rmavlh in- 
stead of once, despite add^lonal 
cost to the city?" ],' 

The answer definitely] was 
YES... the citizens primarny do 
favor additional meetings. Only 
one reader dissented. 

As an approving reader Said: 
"The additional cosi to the^city 
is not significant when com- 
pared with the vital work ot the 
commission in controlling 
Virginia Beach's "growing 
pains'. If twice a month means a 
better job, then so be it. We peed 
quality, not quantity, howevar," 
A very good response: 

The Committee for Vtaual 
Pollution Control last week 
sought support from the political 
candidates in getting local 
legislation which would allow 
City Council to demand removal 
of signboards which do not 
conform with the existing sl^ 
ordinance. Senator Caton this 
week supported the committee's 
request. 

A public response on tNi issue 
might be beneficial somewhere 
alonK the line. 



And this week, ladies and 
gentlemen, the Tennis Patrons 
pull out ahead of the Beach 
Buggy-ites and take a strong, 
strong lead toward setting a Sun 
Survey record. 

The Tennis patrons came in 
this week with ^ record- 
breaking petition signed by 
some 173 names, most of them 
gathered Friday night at the 
annual Tennis Ball. 

This outdistances the Beach 
Buggy-ites by over 200 sup- 
porters but there is still a 
possibility that other petitions to 
keep Back Bay Wildlife Refuge 
Beach open to dune-buggies and 
such will come through. If so, 
then they, loo. will be turned 
over to Mayor Donald Rhodes. 

There's certainly little doubt, 
at ihis point, that the tennis 
group plan to surge ahead with 
plans to make this cily a major 
lennis center In the near future, 
a.s soon as the continuing flow of 
names has slowed down, the 
questionnaires and petitions on 
this particular msue will be 
turned over to City Council for 
consideration. 

Hopefully this show of support 
will be incorporated into a true 
formal request for a city- 
sponsored tennis complex. As 
we keep reiterating .you can't 
deny this many voters * 

The tennis situation here also 
came lo light this week hi the 



SUN SURVIY 



QUESTION: Should tht City b« al- 
lowad to |»M an ordioanoa which 
would makt It unlawful for any lign- 
board, tvan axiiting onai, to stand if 
it dooi not conform with tha naw lign 
ordinanca? 

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ifprailifi^ tilt. 

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uii VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1071 




Shopping's More Fun 



Supermarkets Scarce In London 




By Hden Crist 



Miss Ddorei Barker 

Ddores Barker Engaged 
To Leo Joseph Gihhs 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Barker, Sr., announce the engagement 

of their daughter, Miss Delores Anne Barker, to Leo Joseph Gibbs. 

Mr. Gibbs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney B. Gibbs of Virgiraa 

Bc&ch. 

Miss Barker is a 1968 graduate of Frank W. Cox High School and 
attended Old Dominion University and Princess Anne Business 

College. 

Mr. Gibbs is a 1967 graduate of Princew Anne High School and 
attended Old Dominion University. 

The wedding will take place at St. Gregory's Roman Catholic 

C^ch in Novfinb«^^^/ ri( ' 



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Mrs. Johnson clutches her long stem roses as Mrs. 
Donald Marrlck readies the camera for a shot, and 
husband Lewis Johnson beams In the background. Frank 
Friend and Mrs. Lynwood Allsbrook extend a welcoming 
hand as the Johnsons return from a four-month sojourn 
in London. 






Births 



Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lee 
Pennington, son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Samir Kumar 
Dalai, daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Howard 
Withrow, daugher. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Ran- 
dolph Jenkins, Jr., son. 



Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lee 
Coley Riggs, son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Leroy 
Moseley, Sr., son. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Leroy 
Undquist, daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward 
Holcombe, son. 




Four months vacation in 
Europe and paid for at that? 
Who could resist such an op- 
portunity? 

Not Mrs. Lewis (Frances) 
Johnson, that's one thing sure 
She didn't hesitate one moment 
when her husband's position as 
assistant plant manager of the 
Assembly Plant of Ford Motor 
Co., Norfolk, necessitated his 
going to London for four months 
She was thrilled to be going 
along, as were the wives of nine 
other, men who were to be 
working, along with Johnson at 
ttie Dagetdiam Plant in London. 
They all recently came bacic 
from their European adventure 
And it was just that... a mar- 
velous adventure, FrancMJSaid. 
"We lived in a flat at Ar<fleigh 
Court. Every weekend we'd get 
the fellows to take us to different 
places in Europe. The plant had 
a Uiree-week holiday and we 
toured the Continent-Austria, 
Switzerland, Germany, Italy, 
France- all over." 

And half of the fun was 
becoming accustomed to the 
difference between the 
American and British method of 
shopping for food. 

"There were no such things as 
supermarkets where we lived. 
We'd go to a fruiter for fruit, a 
butcher for meat, and a green 
grocer for vegetables." 

And none of the food, of 
course, was pre -wrapped as we 
know it here. "We'd buy three 
pounds of spinach, for instance, 
and the man would simply wrap 
it up in a newspaper." 

And naturally, the idea of 
buying special parts of a chick 
iristead '61 th*! whole w 



"The chickens would har^ 
from the wall on big irm hooks. 
One day I asked the man if he'd 
cut me only chicken legs. Well, 
he was astounded but he <fid. 
Then the women standing in back 
of me said. Oh, that's jolly good- 
ni take the backs. ' Then 
another standing behind her 
said, that really she could use 
the rest for soup, so the owner 
was delighted with the tran- 
saction." 

Then every time France* 
would return to that shop, the 
owner would hopefully suggest 
that she have cut up chickoi 
again. 

Charcoal was a problem. 
Seems there just wasn't any 
sold. But Frances did locate one 
shop that carried it. The ownw 
informed her that he was saving 
it for a wedding present, but 
he'd do her a favor and sell it to 
her instead. 

With that he ducked into a 
back room to retrieve the 
charcoal. He came roaring out 
fast: "What do you know- me 
bloody wife beat me to it- she 
sold it!" he fumed. 

And when the Johnson's 
delightful four months was up 
and departure date rolled 
around, Donald Merrick, his 
wife, Dottie and a group of 
friends gave ttiem a welcome 
home to remember. 

Toting all kinds of clever 
signs, such as "Virginia is for 
lovers", they made it quite plain 
they were glad to have 0»e 
Johnsons back home, as they 
presented Frances with one 
dozen beautiful long stem roses. 
Wiiwl a biOl," she said, 
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Frances dmd Lewis Johnson, returning to a roaring 
"Welcome Home" reception at the airport. 



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Have A Goal In life 
And Stick To It 

By Rev. Joyce Kramer 



What are your goals for today? Lethargy, boredom and 
laziness set in when we are not goal-oriented. It is important 
to have some specific objective in life and to work direcUy 
toward its attainment. 

Refuse to be discouraged should you make an errw in 
judgement or get side-tracked on your way to your goal. So 
what if you've made an errw! That only proves that you're 
human like the rest of us. 

Correct yourself if you make an error or get side-tracked, 
instead of indulging in a "what's the use" attitude. Get 
yourself directed back toward your goal. 

The fact that you have a desire to reach a certain goal 
proves your ability to reach it. We cannot desire that which 
we cannot attain. „,^„ 

I KEEP MY MIND ON MY GOAL AND ALL THINGS 
WORK TODAY TO ENABLE ME TO ATTAIN IT. 



Mrs. Robert M. Mowry 

Miss Hardy Kellam 
Weds Robert Mowry 

The marriage of Mits Elizabeth Hardy KelUun and Robert 

Micha^owry to^^^|a^#pJV ^.4 p.m. at VUfWa 
1g|WiiethdMHM ^m perfemil by 

Jffiit«ryant- ^^*^?' * * ^. 

The Wilis the diugbtii of Mr. and Mn. HanM^HMMon 
Kellam. Hie bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. WUlian Stewart 
Mowry of Louisville, Kentucky. 

Mr. KeUam gave his daugMer in mairiage. The briite wore a 
gown of candlelight silk organza. The Empire bodice was laviaMy 
appliqued witti reembroderied Almcon lace, designed with • 
Victmian neckline and long sleeves applit^ued In the same lace. The 
A-Une dtirt was bordered with Alencon lace, as was h«- diipel 
length train. 

A chapel length veil of imported silk illuskm was arranged from 
a cluster of Alencon p^als encrusted with pearis and crystals. She 
carried a cascade of cymtndium ordiids. 

Mrs David Stamps, of Rockingham, North Carolina, was maid 
of honor. She wwe a turquoise crq>e gown ; her headdress was of 
ivy leaves and vdvet ribbon. 

The bridesmaids were Mrs. Harold B. KeUam, Jr., sister-iiHaw 
of the bride, of Oak HiU, West Virginia; Miss Martha Kellam, Miss 
Kathryn Right, Mrs. Corwin Guy Mendenhall, Nwwich, Con- 
necticut and Mrs. Richard Delves Woodward. 

Latham Speiden of Louisville was best man. Uiriiers wan 
William Stewart Mowry, Jr., brother <rf the groom, Lawrence 
Ethridge, WUIiam StigUU. and Reed Silliman. aU of Loitisvill*; 
Harold B. Kellam. Jr. 

A reception was held at the Capes Beach and Cabana Oub, after 
which the couple left for a wedding trip to Bermuda. They will Uve 
in Louisville. 

The bride is a graduate of Country Day School for Girls and Bast 
Cardina University. The brid^room is a graduate of Hnaovcr 
CoUege and a member of Beta Thete Pi Fraternity. 



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Miss Durkee J\Ianies 
Richard M. Hamlet 



U, Cmdr. and Mrs. Leroy R. Durkee announce the marriage of 
th^r daughter. DarreUyn Dec, and Richard McDowell Hamlet, in 
Elizabeth City North Carolina, on August 7 Magistrate T J 
lawyer oflii-i.ited. 

Mr Hrinu t ii tiM aOQ of Mr. and Mrs Ernest B Hamlet, 
Virginia i 

Mn. Hanuei way^taatoMteysMe Hi#i School ai^ is a junior 
M OM DemMHi IMvml^. 

A graiiMt ft ^fM^Miy ta^ale. Mr Haml<>( ii a 
IM^HT a MkB fll^MHrti ■■ Wiplstsd om^rt Candidate 
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Anne Patterson Weds 
Jeffrey Squires 



Eastern Shore Chapel was the setting Saturday for the wedding 
of Miss Anne Bemis Patterson and Jeffrey Francis Jeremiah 
Squires. The Rev Charles M. Riddle. Ill officiatwl. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harvey Don Pat- 
terson, Jr The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah 
Francis Squires of Edlna. Minnesota. 

The double-ring ceremony was attended by family and intimate 
friends. 

Mr Patterson pve his daughter in marriage. Her maid of honor 
was Miss ElUpbeth Ellen Sugg of Norfolk 

The bride's gown was of Indian muslin. ««"« »''"f '..^if '°;?i 
sleeves. The waist, neck and wrists were trimmed m braid of noral 
design. Her shoulder length veil was scattered with sprigs of baby s 
breath. She carried a nosegay of everlasting flowers. 

A luncheon reception followed the ceremony. It was held in the 
garden of the Mncess Aniw Country Club. 

The bridegroom's best man w4s James Edward )^elch, of 
WasWnfton. D. C. Ushers were Jonathan Squires, brother oi mo 
p<oom and Gary Dodge, of Goffstown. New Hampshire 

Af tw i wediBng trip to the mountains of Virginia, the couple wlU 
Uve at Brighton, MassachusetU. * 




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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



THimfiPAY. SEPTll 



%6«ib To Cmmca Of Gardm Clubs 



City Manager Deplores 
Beach Public Apathy 




-■ "IHiblic ajMiUiy is one of the 
greatest shortcomings in 
Virginia Beach," City Manager 
Roger M. Scott told some 113 
women attending the opening 
I session of the Council of Gar- 
dens Club of Virginia Beach last 
week at Thalia Methodist 
Church. 

Scott, speaking on "what you, 
as garcten club members and 
citizens of the Beach can do for 
your city," urged the women to 
be interested, be involved, be 
patient and be informed. . .and 



attend City Council meetings. 
"That's where decisions are 
made," he said. 

Noting that it's discouraging 
to witness those who do come to 
Qmncil, he added, "They've 
irobably taken the day off from 
work. But they're interested, 
only in one issue. They'll talk to 
companions when other 
business is conducted and when 
theirs is finished, they're not 
even interested enough to stay 
and find out what's going on." 

And no one, he said, has a 
right to complain unless he or 
she is registered to vote and 
does so. Urging the women to 
keep well informed, he said, 
"Don't go out to the back fence 
and let your neighbor tell you 
how the situation is. And don't 
always count on the 
newspapers-sometimes the 
news is slanted, and then 
sometimes there's a lack of 
space- not enough room to print 
it all." 

And he urged the women to 
take a look around City Hall 
today. Unlike the past, when 
local government was apt to be a 
(dace of political patronage, 
today they'll find highly 



qualified people running the 
city. "We didn't get in this 
business by accident-we chose it 
as a career years ago." 

He admonished the women to 
be patient, noting that other 
cities have had hundreds of 
years in which to build. . ."h*re 
we're trying to build a city in ten 
or 15 years." 

He compared the city to big 
business, and "you are the 
stockholders and cutomers-you 
are in a unique position. And we 
need your support more than 
anything else." 

Hethankedthe women for Uieir 
contribution and beautification 
of Red Wing Park, "You have 
already done a great deal for 
us," he said. He left for con- 
sideration of the Council a 
suggestion to beautify Red Wing 
Golf Course by naming each 
hole for a flower. 

Following Scott's talk, the 
Council participated in 
workshops on Club 

Management, Hands, Garden 
Therapy and Crape Myrtle. 

Mrs. John C. Brewington 
IH-esided. A contlest to sdect an 
official Council Seal was an- 
nounced; the deadline, October 
13. 




A bread basket that te jnst that — made entirely of bread dough, this basket was 
greatty admired at the Medicenter Open Houae. 




Commution Week 



Mayor Donald H. Rhodes proclaims the week of Sept. 17-23 as ConsUtution Week. With 
him in his office as he signs the proclamation are Mrs. George E. Abbott, Regent of 
Thoroughgood Chapter and Mrs. H. Calvin Spain, right. Regent of Princess Anne 
County Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution. 



Easter 5ea/ Poster GiH 



Tlni»n Qiilmi EaatM- ieal Society Poster Girl, with Janes Konlopanos. State board 
nwibM" Harry C. L^wleh, vice presi<tent SUte Association; Cathegpe Umbarger. 
n,g jtrictar Faitnra INvWob: iCathy Moriarty. "Junior Miss." Vb'glBia Federatioii 
WmtmH CM^ M^makett. Ther«a is h^ig ttat ev^ymtt will cMse to the Fashitm 
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'Round 
About 
the Beach 

NWCA Tikwata- Meeting 

The USS Bushnell will be the site of the next business meeting of 
NEWCA Tidewater Area Comcil', September 23 at 10 a.m. The 
Bushnell is located at the Inactive* Ships Maintainance Facility, 
Portsromith. 

NWCA Portsmouth will be the hostess club. Mrs. Donald Comar 
is president of Council. 

Su Augustine s Colkge 

Alumni of St. Augustine's College, Raleigh, will hold a conventiwi 
September 17-19 at the Gay Vacationer Motor Inn. Dr. Prezell R. 
Robinson, president of St. Augustine's, the largest of three 
predominately black Episcopal colleges, will speak on the college's 
accomplishment and cite goals for the 71-72 academic year. 

Tidewater Alumni Chapter, headed by Mr. ind Mrs. John Perry, 
will host the convention. 



CA.R Luncheon 



Children of the American Revolution (C.A.R.) provided the 
p-ogram for the luncheon-business meeting of the Princess Anne 
Chapter of the D.A.R. Saturday at the White Heron Motel. Theme of 
the program was "American Heritage." 



Daytime Toastmistress Oub 

The Daytime Toastmistress Club got itsteet off the ground with 
an organizational meeting Tuesday at the Atlantic Permanent 
Savings and Loan Association on Indq;>a)dence Boulevard. 



May Farm Garden Club 

The May Farm Garden Qub of Kingston held a membership 
coffee on August 25, at King's Grant Presbyterian Churdj. Mrs. 
Robert J. Houser was hostess. Club members brought their 
favorite homemade cookies or brownies to go with the punch and 

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Guests IncludMre. Ep^n BdHW Mrs. Martha Pfttard, Mil*** 
Betty Gifford, Mrs. Sylvia Perkins^ Mra.-Afln-Petroff, Mrs. UUjoi^ 
Jessie, Mrs. Eleanor Gwe, Mrs. Penny Brun, Mrs. Nancy Wylie 
and Mrs. Sheila Borchert. 



Suipiise 
Anniversary 



Party 



ChMopeian Colony nelf^bors 
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mott, 
sparked by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 
B. Odom. gave the MotU a royal 
surprise party Saturday on their 
25th wedding anniversary. At a 
gala cockUil-dinner party at 
Holiday tan. Northampton Blvd. 
they presented the surprised 
Motts with a lovely champagne 
urn. an anniversary cake and aU 
the trimmings. 

Joining in the celebration 
were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gray, 
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hurst. Mr. 
and Mrs. Homer Tew. Mr. and 
Mrs. Iliomas Pitkin. Mr. and 
Mrs. Paul ^ncer, Mr. and 
Mrs. William Tonkin. Mr. and 
Mrs. Malcolm Todd. Jr.. Mr. 
and Mrs. WiUiam Cox, Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Burlage. Mr. and 
Mrs. William Heflin. Mr. and 
Mrs. Max Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. 
William Gresham, and Elaine 
and Lee Mott. dau^ters of the 
guests of honor. 

Star Of Sea Ass'n 
Meets Sept. 22 




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The Virginia Beach Star of the 
Sea Home and School 
Associatimi will meet Sept. 22 at 
8 p.m. in the Parish Recreation 
Center. Sisttr Emily Ann Ap- 
pleton. SON, will speak on 
"Becoming A Person." 

Sster Emily was a psychology 
major at Spalding College. She 
received a master's degree in 
Counseling and Guidance from 
Bost<m College. She has Uught 
in elementary, secondary 
schools and college. At present 
she is Director of Guidance and 
School Consultant for the Rich- 
mond Diocese. 

Newly dected officers of the 
Home and School Association 
are William O'Brien, presidep^ 
N<nrman Biggs, vice presideift; 
C3aire Fleitz. secretary; Sister 
Jeanne Margaret, treasurer. 

The board of directors in- 
cludes the Rev. Paul T. 
Gaughan, pastor and 
iti»r;,Sii»terJilarie Eloise, 

iTf^mnco, Dorotl^v 
Esinhart, Jtidith Page, Doris 
Smith, and D 
Weathaingt<m. 




Mrs. Oliver B. Odom congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
L. Mott at the party that their Chesopeian Colony neigh- 
bors gave them oh their 25th wedding anniversary. 



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, for the Cost 
of Cleaning 

Why buy all new outfits vi/hen 
we can add new life to your 
present wardrobe? Our ex- 
pert dry cleaning helps keep 
school clothes fresh and new- 
lookinjj. Try us, soon. 

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Volunteers In Reading 



An orientation program will be held September 17 at 10 a.m. in 
the board room of the School Board BuUding at Princess Anne 
Courthouse. 

This is a volunteer service to assist in the reacUng program ui the 
public sdjools. For furthw infwmation, call the Volunteer Service 
Bureau at 622-5177. 



Botanical Gardens 



Because so many members of the Norfolk Botanical Gardens 
Society live in Virginia Beach, it is of interest that there's a 
meeting Sept. 16, at 8 p.m. in the Administratis Buildtag. 

Brent Heath, executive director of Nature Camp, spmisored by 
the Federation of Gardens Clubs of Virginia, will be guest speaker; 
his title, "luring Flowering Bulbs." 



HoBins Freshmen 




Nine Virginia Beach students will enter Rollins College as fresh- 
men on September 8. TTjey are : Gayle Brennan, dau^ter ot Mr. 
and Mrs. Lawroice C. Breenan of 5001 Hdly Road; Mary Carver, 
daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Edward S. Carver, &. of 212 • 54fli 
Street: Pam Gray, daughter of Capt. uid Mrs. William J. Gray of 
1309 Bruton Lane; and Mary Haycox, daughto- of Mr. and Mrs. 
William C. Haycox of 1001 Abingdon Road. 

Also: Barbara Hoovor, dat^htnr of Capt. and~Mri. Uoyd N. 
Hoover of 1504 Wakefleld Drive; Ell«) Overman, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. WiUiam C. Overman of 1000 South Bayshore Drive; 
Josq)hine Stettinius, daugMo- vt Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Stet- 
tinius (rf 3198 Adam KeeUng Road; Patricia Totty. dat«ht«- of Mr, 
and Mrs. W.M. WilsMre, Jr. of 6410 Ocean Avenue; and Alk» Lee 
Withers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B Withers, Jr. of 308 
Susan Constant Drive. 



Smtatk Open House 



Cmimunity Center in Seatack will hold Open House SeptambO' 
26. from 4 to 6 p.m. 

Oty (Ugnitaries have b^sn invited, and leading membtn of local 
ditrches aiwi frimds. 

The puiwse is to duBciss the needs nd possibility of bidldtaig a 
chiU day care cents' m Und purchased adjacent to the prtseet 
Cmter. 

A dbtaitod worfci^ plan was tkawn ly awl ikn^ad 1^ a local 
architect It will featara tadoer fa^tlii for N ebUdrea. a laneNi, 
eqiipped play yard, Mvervisad mcetdm and eraatlv»flBr 
propams. » 




eotton vekMor . . . styled for Fail In warm, vl 
eokn by Aiutta Hill! Orwt U>ck\i^ and easy to care for, too 

I they're faiUoned of 100% eotton. Just part of tl 
o^stndtaf PaU ooHertira at Rose Hall, now! Gold or Royal 
Mm Tortleneck with Gold It Red or Royal Blue 4 RuA f^n 
Pants. Maes • to 12. |44. Roysl Blye VNeck. Sim 8 to 14. 

If She't One Of A Kmd . . . 
WES ONE OF OURS. 

ROSE BALL SHOPS 

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Cooperation Was The Word 
When School Doors Opened 




Wedon't want lobrtf. really- but here in Virflnia Beacb 
we're tcrrfUy proud <tf our diii(b«ii. our teadMrs. and ow 
sctiool syston We tbink ttiat they're the grcatist. And to 
prove tbe poiitt. «c visited Seatack on opeonic day €i 
icbool. 

Everyone's been freat." Bernard Morgan, sdipol 
^ncipaJ said. It was a scene of activity. <d course, m 
pleasimly so. MottMBts were buying books, teachers were in 
from d Aeff d assrwa a. studients were attcirtive and or- 
derly Afrs. Mary M. WQMams. Morgu's secretary and 
-right arm." he says, was seetng to it that everyone found 
t^ or her ri^t daanroora. 

The cafeteria was laMkffeoii^ a apic and span cleamq> 
readying for the next (toy wfeten Imicfa wouU be served . 

Converting Seatack to a r^io of 84 per cent wUte rather 
tfian a S5 per cent btockaa it was last year, was piu gi eas in g 
with inteUigeitf sod cooperative sroooCfancas. 

There was just one misadvcature. One sm^ boy. age 
sx. his very Tirst day M school, flatly revised to enter htt 
rooro So he solved ttie problem by sitting in the hall It's 
rumored ttiat the next (tey he gave in and jonwd the gang. 



Snoopy gives a great big "WelcMne" as he preset^ himsdf b^ 
as life oo the doer ef Mis$ Taylor's classroom . 



Text and pholoB 

by 

Helen Cnst 





■'•'^ Cooperation was the ward. Her* Mrs. MabdDardca holds baby »DckaelBarcr«ft 
and gives him his bottle, while Michael's matter ^es down dte hal lo b«y books 
r«r her acber chfldrea. 




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**liey! Look at •nrprcttytcachcr. 
hearts of her first grade dass. 



It tfdat take loi^ for Mn. Ana Soilivaa la win the 



Photos 

by 

Jon 



He Came, 
He Saw, 



He Conquered 

golTs present 

to Red Wiqg 

Lake Golf Oowse oo Tuesday. 

September 7lh. for an edubition 

andcliBic 

He sav the comsc. and he 
lAed »hat he saw. Trevvio tad 
dial he would hfce to come hack 
and play it agaio neid year. 
twiiMj branny his famfl^ for 
a htOe relaxation oo the Bcodi's 



He cflBqpMred Red WiBg with a 
recofd f7. five under par lathe 
process. "Sapermex" 
fte hearts of the 1300 
people that m« Um at ttie 
and en the hafcs. He 
had the people laofhinf at his 






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Commission Sees Need For Tennis Complex And Additional Courts In Resort Area 

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At Am mooMy mMrtUig of Am of a Batch tmnis center, and to 
Cliy Rwrtttlon Cmnmistloa, promote tennis by bringing in 
wmh «M htid OQ TuMday, out of state groups to play. His 
Mm Itoraf OB ^aadad Qie case wrovp received permission to 

use the 2Sth Street tennis courts 



lir • dty tannli complex before 
A gympathotic commission 
graup, Maragon, a member of 
1« Mti) Street Athletic Glub and 

(Im Temds Patrons Amodation, 
qpoke for almMt two hours in 
behalf of his case. 

Maragon said that his group 
wants to improve tennis 
facilities in the Beach Borough, 
to get started on the first phase 



for a clinic and exhibition on 
Saturday, October 2 from 10 
a.m. until 5:30 p.m. The day will 
feature a clinic by North 

Carolina's number two ranlced 
player, who will play Virginia's 
number two seedSd player at 4 
p.m. 



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presentation and the depth in 
which he had developed his 
group's plans. Maragon had a 
drawing of the sanitation landfill 

area at Laskin and Holly Roads, 
which is about nineteen acres, 
with a tennis complex drawn in 
by a leading tennis court expert. 

The Commission's chairman, 
Maury Riganto, asked Maragon 
and the Tennis Patrons to put all 

the plans, costs, and information 
on other such complexes around 
the country in a formal 
presentation to be voted on by 



the Recreation Commission. If 
their vote would be favorable to 
the proposal, it would be sent on 
to City Council for action. 

Many Beach summer visitors 
like to play tennis while they are 
here, and the Virginia Beach 

Sun has received many letters 
from tourists and various inn- 
keepers and residents have 
received complaints about the 

lack of tennis courts within 
walking distance of the motels. 
The Tennis Patrons and the 
Recreation Commission both 



agreed that additional facilities 
should bring more people to the 
Beach during the summer and 
during September and October. 
Additional visitors means ad- 
ditional money in the pockets of 
the various motels, restaurants, 
and in the City treasurey in the 
form of increased taxes 
collected. 

Of course, an important 
benefit of the courts is that they 
would be available year around 
for the use of local citizens. Also, 
championship facilities in a 



tennis complex would make it 
possible to bring in major tennis 
stars and tournaments. These 

profesl]3m«Jfc. and ranked 
amateur matches would draw 
people to the Beach to watch' the 
play. 

Riganto said, "The Borough of 
Virginia Beach is in dire need of 
additional ' tennis facilities. 
We' vebeen looking for some land, 
but it is hard to find in the resort 
area. The main hold-up on more 
tennis courts seems to be land 
and money. We want a tennis 



complex second to none, 1 would 
like to see Virginia Beach 
become the Tennis Capital of the 
East." 

Harold WhitehursI, Director 
of Parks and Recreation, 
suggested that the only areas 
available at the present time to 
the best of his knowledge were 
located at the 31st Street landfill 
area, near the boat ramp at 
Owl's Creek, and at the Red 
Wing Lake Municipal Golf 
Course. Whitehurst agreed on 
the need for more tennis courts 
in the Borough, and suggested 
that localized small six-court 



satellite couries might be 
scattered around the resort area 
in addition to a tennis complM 
with a stadium and cham- 
pionship facilities. 

Riganto said that he MJ 
discussed making soccer a high 
school sport with varllty 
competition between schooli. 
The cost ia low to etjulp and 
maintain a team, and the little 
guy has as much advantage a« 
the 200 pounder. Riganto lald 
that E. E. Brickell, School 
Superintendent, was looking Into 
the possibilities of such a high 
school varsity team. 




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1971 DATE OPPON. LOC. 



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9-24-71 

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10-22-71 

10-29-71 

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District All Games 
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piledrivers Win 
National TitlQ 



S1ln§y First Colonial 
Defense Halfs Granby 



The Virginia Beach 
piledrivMn won the National 
tltie in Uie Amateur Softball 
AMOciattonlSlow Pitch Softball 



catch-up ball. 

Coach Strickland credits the 
victory with malting an ad- 
justment to a special tour- 
nament dead-flight ball 
Throughout th^ season, the 



Tournament on Saturday In 
* Parma, Ohio. Their 9-4 victonr 

l.|or the crown was over defena- Piledrivers were using a live- 

ing champion Uttle Ceasars of action ball, built themselves a 

^.'Detroit, Michigan. Power team around the live ball, 

Parma is the Softball Capital a"'! hit 439 home runs. An 

of the World, and over 12,000 average game might find fifteen 



Scoring the first time they got 
the pigekin, First Colonial rolled 
to their second impressive 
gridiron victory Friday night 
with an 18-0 win ovei* the Granby 
Comets, Coupled with the 
Patriot's^ earlier 24-13 victory 
over Hampton, the Patriots 
vault into an early favorite for 
the City championship. 

Although the offense deserves 
much credit for scoring 18 



George Meyeri were defensive 
standouts consistently 
throughout the game, and they 
made key play> to completely 
choke off the Granby offense, 
Chris Paphites set up the last 
Patriot touchdown by returning 
a Comet punt 16 yards to the 
mldfleld stripe. 

Quarterback Butch Foley, 
backs Tyrone Little and Joe 
Williams, fullback Mike 
Wareing, and end Mike O'Reilly 




Cox Edges Bayslde 
In Real CIlHhanger 

The Cox Falcons slipped past quarterback AUan WtlUami to 



the Bayslde Marlins in their 
opening game at Cox Field 
Friday night. Bayside was last 
year's Beach chamfHons. and 
Cox is figuring to be this year. 
Although the Marlins showed 
a lot of heart and determination, 
they could not overcome the 
pasting combination of Falcon 



<e people turned out to watch the home runs on the Piledrlver's points, the defense proved to be ,^ exoloslve offensive show 
- ■ - • scoreboolt .i--.»_- -r.i.- .i.-... u-ij:_« .u_ r 

In Parma, when the 
Piledrivers discovered the dead 



piledrivers put Virginia Beach 

on the m^p. Coach Johnny 

Strlqkland aald that after the 
'game "the people went wild; ball and found out that it was 

thei took our shirts, hats, and being used to cut down on the 
;, jackets. Those people really love home runs, they changed their 
^ttball Over 70,000 came out to strategy and went for the hlt- 



1^ the six game series, which 

WHS more than turned out to see 

4be Cleveland Indians." 

': Bfrt Smith was named Most 

Valuable Player of the tour- 

fnamen. Smith, an outfielder, 

'jjolned outfielder Johnny Dollar, 

<secoiv baseman Nick Sessoms, 

^d wicher Linwood Strickland 

' 'rSn tl« All-World Softball Team. 

In/ttie championship game, 

Bert Bmith hit 3 home runs, 

incKi(Ung a three-run blast. 



the ground smashes rather than 
the towering home run shots. 
Even though they were limited 
to only eleven homers in the six 
games, their strategy paid off. 
The other team did not make the 
adjustment, continued to blast 
away, and popped themselves 
out, 

"Getting the three-foot tall 
championship trophy was a real 
team effort," Coach Strickland 
commented. "It took every 



the star of the show, holding the 
Comets to minus yardage on the 
ground and yielding only 92 
yards in the air. Outstanding 
defensive play lessened the 
effects of offensive mistakes, 
namely four fumbles. 

The Patriot defense also 
caused and recovered two 
Granby fumbles and dumped 
quarterback Bobby Vitek 
repeatedly in his own backfield. 
They held Granby to only five 
first downs, while their own 
offensive unit was picking up 14. 
Jerry Pontes, Scott Davison, 
Tom Stovall, Dick Hogue, and 



Speedy Tyrone Little led the 
Patriot ground attack with 93 
yards in eight carries. Including 
a 33 yards romp that set up his 
team's second touchdown of the 
night. 

Mike Wareing scored the 
game's first touchdown on a 
dive over the middle from the 
one. Joe Williams raced in from 
the eleven to score the second 
TD. 

Butch Foley picked up his 
third TD pass of the young 
season, tossing a nine-yarder to 
Mike O'Reilly. Foley hit on four 
passes in nine tries for 83 yards. 




iohtttiy Dallas and Jack White single person we had to win it. 

botn bit two-run homers. The We played the best offense in 

Pil^rivers got a run in the first Parma that we have ever 

inning and led all the game, played. We didn't give up any- 

forcirtg Little Oaesars to play thing. 

Jack Harvey 

Honored At 
Oceana NAS 

Local VIP's, city councilmen, 
commanding officers from 
nearby military installations 
ana Oceana personnel, par- 
ticipated In the Jack Harvey 
Day Invitational Golf Tour- 
nament held last week at the 
Oceana Naval Air Station. The 
tourney was a salute to Oceana's 
Jack Harvey, " course 
profefsional and manager, for 
his efforts In building and 
m|(haging the championship 
course, which was the site of 
both the Fifth Naval District 
Golf Tournament and the 
Atlantic Fleet Golf Tournament 
edHier in the summer. 

The 100 participants were 
divided into four-man teams, 
playing an 18-hole best-ball-of- 
the-foursome tournament. Play 
ended in a tie for first place 
between the tearri of Cdr. Jim 
Epley, Cdr. l^ee Koett, Leonard 
Crisie, and Mel Hebert and the 
team of Cdr. Hop Whetmore, 
Dcff^ Hahn, Rex Jones, and Bill 
Gllleece. 

Jim Henderson took low gross 
honors with a score of 70. Low 
net went to Leonard Crlsle with 
a 66. Jim Baker made the 
longest drive of 247 yards, and 
Jin) Diven shot nearest the pin, 
coming within ten feet and seven 
inche^. 

Two Citations 

Peter Dock, fishing from Fred 
Feller's Gannet, caught two 
Virglhia Citation fish over the 

weekend. His first white marlin, state's reasons for choosing the 

a 50 pounder, caught In Norfolk causeway as the most practical 

Canyon da artificial bait, earned access, 

the boat's only marlin citation of carl Wiberg. president of the 

the day. Virginia Wildlife Federation. 

The marlin hit about 100 yards says that he hopes all interested 

off stern and was landed about citizens and groups will attend 

thirty minutes later after tiring the public hearing and express 

from five jumps. His second their views. For more in- 

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Ken Ahles Stars In 
Princess Anne Loss 

Great Bridge's touted single- and scored the winning touch- 
wing was not very impressive, down three plays later, 
but they managed to wrestle the Ken Ahles was outstanding, 
game from a good Princess The speedy halfback led all ball 




Cox's Randy Robinson scores from the two. 



Anne team 14-6. After the 
contest, a spectator pretty well 
summed up the feelings of the 
sell-out crowd when he com- 
mented, "I'm not too sure the 
better team won." 

Overall, people in the stands 
seemed to feel that Princess 
Anne played the Wter game, 
even though they wound up 
wanting on the scoreboard. 



Capl. John E. Ford, Comi- 
manding Officer of Oceana 
Naval Air Station, tees off 
during the Jack Harvey Day 
Invitational Golf Tour- 
nament. 

False Cape 
Hearing Set 

The causeway across Back 
Bay to False Cape State Park 
will be discussed in a public 
hearing at the Science Center of 
Wesleyan College on September 
21st at 7 p.m. The Virginia 
Wildlife Federation, sponsor of 
the hearing, is opposed to the 
construction of such a 
causeway. 

The Virginia Wildlife 
Federation does not want the 
causeway because of the 
ecological impact such a 
massive construction project 
will have on the Back Bay fauna. 
Ben Bolen. State Parks Com- 
missioner, will present the 



Kellam head football coach John Cooke discusses a play 
with reserve signal-caller Howard Everton as Steve 
Boggi looks on. 




Jot mtey, cuTPonUy leadtag the E««J«rn District In 
Moring frttk It points, picks up a **rt*ofn •'*••' 
rtcohtog haaMf from Kfllim quartwbick Chock 



carriers with a pickup of 262 
yards in 19 carries and scored 
the lone Cavalier touch- 
down. 

Mike Ange, rookie 
scholastic football game, 
completed two of six passes for 
16 yards. Lack of experience in 
the quarterback slot prdbably 
cost Princess Anne the game, 
but with his 6'6" size and his 



Kempsville Loses Inge 
And Gante To Timns 



Defensively, the Cavaliers competitive spirit Ange should 
neutralized the Great Bridge develop into a fine signal-caller 



single-wing, intercepted two 
passes, held the highly regarded 
Mickey Carey to only 97 yards 
on the ground and five out of 
nine passes for 56 yards, and 
stopped the potent Wildcats 
many times deep In 
Cavalierland. 

Both Great Bridge scores 
came in the fourth quarter in 
their come-from -behind victory. 
The first came early in the 
period when a Cavalier punt was 
returned down the sidelines 64 
yard*. With three minutes 
remiining, the Wildcat's 
recovered a Cavalier fumble on 
the Princess Anne 37 yard line 



with a few games for ex- 
perience. As It was, he almost 
pulled the game out for his 
team, but a rlght-on-target pass 
was broken up on the goal line In 
the last few seconds of play. 

Defensively, the entire unit 
turned in a performance good 
enough to win most games, but a 
couple of scoring breakthroughs 
cost them heavily. Mark Cando 
and Richard Basquier picked off 
Great Bridge passes. Linemen 
Bryant Robinson, David 
Mallory, Dennis Allard, and 
Danny Allen did a good job 
containing the WilACat biicks. 



It is rare in fof'tball for a team 
that gives up 4:./ yards to win the 
game. Kempsville gave up that 
many to Lake Taylor and lost 36- 
12. 

Playing a balanced ground-air 
game until late in the first half, 
the Kempsville Chiefs junked 
their apparent game plan after 
the Titans scored tlieir third 
touchdown and went mainly to 
the air. This could have been the 
turning point of the contest, for 
Kempsville had been moving the 
ball consistently. In fact, they 
had just marched 74 yards in 10 
plays for a touchdown. 

The main problem for 
Kempsville was defense— their 
own and Lake Taylor's Lake 
Taylor used a trap play up the 
middle that Kempsville could 
no: stop until they adjusted at 



the half. The Lake Taylor 
defenders kept continuous 
pressure on Kempsville quar- 
terback Billy Paschall, and he 
did not have time to set up his 
pass plays. 

Before the half, Lake Taylor 
churned out 300 yards, mainly 
on long gains by Ray Jones and 
George Ladikus, and racked up 
23 points. After the half,a new 
Chief defense limited the Titans 
to only B more points. 

Kempsville's hopes were 
pinned on the passing arm of 
Paschall in the second half, but 
under continual harrassment by 
the Titans he managed to 
complete oniy four of 21 at- 
tempts for 24 yards. At times, 
there were more Titans in his 
backfield than there were Chief 
blockers. 
Billy Paschall scored his 





Mike Jewell. The Williams to 

Jewell combination proved to te 
one of the most hnportant of- 
fensive tricks in Uie Falcon bag. 
The Marlins scored fhrst whan 
quarterback Tom Chlpok §wva^ 
around right end on a ke^iw 
and charged across from the 2S 
yard line. Excellent blodttng 
from his teammates opened the 
way for Chipok to score with 
only one minute left in the first 
half. Thad Harold kicked the 
extra point tor a half time iMd of 
7-0. 

Five minutes into the tWi 
quarter. Randy Rohtnttm 
slipped through the left guani 
slot from the five. Brooks 
Williams tied the game witti the 
conversion. Within three 
minutes, the Marlins took the 
lead again when Tommy 
Roberts intercepted a pass at 
the midfield stripe and ran it 
back 50 yards for a Kon. 

On the conversion attempt. 
Cox's Jim Gaudreau blocked the 
kick by taking It in the chest. 
"Spcteen minutes later, this 
blocked kick gave Cox Uieir 
margin of victory. 

The Falcons got their winning 
touchdown on the first play of 
the fourth quarter. Allan 
Williams lofted a pass to Mike 
Jewell and the 50-yard play tied 
the game at 13-all. Brooks 
Williams then split the uprights 
for the win. 

The Cox defense held when 
necessary. Six times they 
stopped Bayside on scoring 
threats, once on the three yard 
line. For their efforts, the Cox 
coaching staff had special 
praise for Billy Summs, who 
was named offensive player of 
the week and Brooks Williams, 
best overall player. Others 
getting pats on the back were 
linebacker Chuck Lltz, cor- 
nerback Ray White, tackle Rod 
Roche, Jim Gaudreau, and back 
Randy Robinson, 

Ray White broke up a Bayside 
pass in the end zone late in the 
contest to ice the victory. 
Williams connected an ei^t of 
twelve passes for 104 yards. 
Mike Jewell caught 5 toscs for 73 
yards, and Randy Robinson 
Ken Ahles, Prineets Anne's hauled in two for 63 yards 
leading ground gabier, being Robiroon was also Cox's leading 
pursued by Great Bridge groimd gainer with 63 yards in 14 

carries. 
The 

Weinbreclk.^ 5'i** ft7 pjHind 
junior speedster will be oOt at 
lest four weeks with a dislocated 
shoulder. 




defenseman Don Williams. 

tjcamMMOMbJOuchdown on^a,gqjK 
yard^Hinge. Don Hauck scored 
the second and wound up 
Kempsville's leading ground 
gainer with 51 yards. 

Six-foot-three Jerry Inge, a 
favorite receiver of Paschall, 
was removed witti an injured 
shoulder early in the third 
quarter. It was learned Monday 
that Inge had a broken coUw 
bone and will probalrfy be out of 
action for the rest of the season. 



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Titan Chip Parkins sprints for freedom as Chief's Harold 
Costner. Mike Young and David Campbell close in fw the 
tackle. 




TTie Cavalier line clears the way for back Mike Casey No. 

40. 

fCellom Displays 
Offensive Punch 

Kellam showed their fans that they had to offset the 384 

they could move the ball into the yards they gave up. The Knights 

end zone, powering their way to stopped Tiger dr.ves by picking 

victory over off three aerials-Kim Brown 



a stunning 41-20 
Oscar Smith. Obviously the 6.000 
wildly cheering fans loved t h e 
Knight 8 "new look." 

Before the game. Kellam 
Coach John Cooke felt that his 
strength lay In his backfield and 
in his tackles. After the game, 
the people were believers. 

Halfback Joe Shray scored 
three touchdowns and was the 
games top gainer, picking up 
119 yards in 22 carries. Fullback 
Gerald Jackson socred on an 
eight yard run and brother 
Chris, a defensemen. scored on 
an end zone fumble recovery. 
Kim Brown, stole a Tiger plt- 
chout and raced 30 yards for the 
other score. Quarterback 
Chuck Edwards called a 
magnificent game, running a 
balanced air-ground attack, and 
picked up 278 yards passing in 



the process ocs .. j 

Even though the KellaS^ getting words 



intercepted two-and by forcing 
six fumbles. 

Merrill Norvell's arm ac- 
counted for all of Oscar 
Smiths tallies. Mike Shivers 
caught two passes and Bruce 
Washington caught one for the 
three Tiger touchdowns. Shivers 
also pulled in a Norvell toss for a 
two-point conversion. 

After the game. Coach Cooke 
assessed his teams play 
"These bbys aren't losers-they 
are winners. We played a really 
balanced game, combining a 
great offensive and a great 
defensive effort. My boys went 
out to win -and they did'" 

After reviewing game films. 
Kellam's coaching staff picked 
Joe Shray as the games out- 
standing offensive player and 
Kim Brown as the top defen- 
slw standout Other Knights 
of praise were 




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#bituaries( 



Mrs. Roxie M. Campbell 



Ptanning A 'Suinger 



Til* Vlrttota Beach Chamber of Commerce's annual outing has traditionally been out 
tatheoPM ipacea. But this years will be different. It will be a "Picnic In The City and 
wfflbe held en thrCavalier Hotel grounds Tuesday starting at 4:30 p.m. Makmg plans 
!!i?eha«ber and committee heads (left to right) Al Mallhes. Mrs. Julia Nelms. Floyd 
Walerfleld and Bob DeFord. It promises to be "a real swinger! " 



Lauderdale, Fla.; two brothers, 
J. Milt<m Early of Richmond 

Mrs. Roxie Ann Moore and Albert J. Early of Norfolk; 
Campbell, 87. of Route 3. Box and two grandsons. 
3177. Back Bay, died in her home The body was sent to Garrett 
Saturday Funeral Home, Ahoskie.where a 

She was a dau^ter of Charles funeral service was held Friday 
Thomas and Mrs. Josephine at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Billy T. 
Davis Moore and the widow of Mobley. Burial was in Ahoskie 
Ernest W Campbell. Cemetery. 

A native of Princess Anne „„ p^„,^„. 

County and a lifelong resident of 

the Virginia Beach area she Mrs. Mary Craig Fentress, 70. 
was a member of Chanty United ^^ ^^ g^^,, ^^^ ^^^ j^ her 
Methodist Church. ^ome Tuesday. 

She IS survived by a sister ^^ ^^^ ^ daughter of Joseph 
Mrs, Pennie M. Henley of „ ^^^j j^^ j^^.^ Q.^y ^raig 

^IL°\ . . . * and the wife of George HE. 

The body was taken from pg^tress 
HoUomon-Brown Funeral ^^ ^^^ ^ Wie-Xong resident of 
Home. Bayside to Chanty ,j,g Norfolk-Virginia Beach 
United Methodist Church ^^^^ ^^ -^^^ ^ member of 
Cemetery. Back Bay. for a ^orview Presbyterian Church, 
funeral service Monday »» 2 ^^.^^^ j^^^ husband, she is 
p.m. by the Rev. HA. White of ^^^^^^^^ ^y four daughters. 
Charity United Methodist ^^^ Lorathorne F. Bryant of 
Church. Norfolk and Mrs. Dorothy F. 

Woodard, Mrs. Alberta F. 

Harper, and Mrs. Margaret F. 




Alfred .McClenny 



Butler of Virginia Beach; four 
Alfred McClenny of 5040 sjsters, Mrs. Helen C. Atkinson 

'' "'" and Mrs. Evelyn C. Tadlock of 

Norfolk, Mrs. Isabell C. Cross of 



Rouse Drive died Monday in his 
home 



Brinkiey New Fire Inspector 



Bruce Edward Brinkiey has 
bean appointed an Inspector 
widi tlw Virginia Beach Bureau 
of Fire Inspections, which is 
•eooMmed primarily with fire 
pfevention and investigation of 
fires which result in so-ious 
injury, large monetary losses, 
or appear to be of a suspcious 
nature in origin. 

Brinkiey will be concerned 
primarily with inspection of 
homes, business firms, schools, 
hotds and motels to. assure the 
buildings' contents are in a 
condition which does not |N*esent 
a tin hazard to their occupants. 

Brinkiey, 24, entered his new 
position with an extensive 
background of knowledge of 
potential dangers from fire as 
the result of a number of years 
(j{ service as a fireman. 

He has been a member pf the 
Kempsville Volunteer Fire 



Department since l%5, where 
he presently holds the position of 
Assistant Chief. 

He also completed training in 
basic and advanced fire fighting 
courses here in Virginia Beach 
and Staunton, Va., as well as 

graduation from the Fire 
Department Officer's Institute 
sponsored by the Virginia State 
Department of Education. 

Following graduation from 
Princess Anne High School in 
1965 He entered Old Dominion 
University in Norfolk as a 
political science major. 

He renewed his education in 
fire fighting techniques at North 
Virginia Community College 
where he pursued a fire science 
course before enrolling in 
Montgomery College at Rock- 
ville, Md., where he received an 
Associate of Arts de^gree with a 
major in Fire Science. 




A native of Edenton, N.C. he Virginia Beach, and Mrs. Ethel 
was the husband of Mrs. Ida Bell Morrison of Boise, Idaho; two 
McClenny and a son of the late brothers, Floyd M. Craig and 
Pomp and Mrs. Ema L. Mc- Roland L. Craig of Virginia 
Clenny. Beach; seven grandchildren and 

He was a retired custodian of ^i^g great-grandchildren. 
Virginia Beach School Board f^ funeral service will be 
and was a self-employed real conducted in HoUomon-Brown 
estate dealer. Funeral Home, Bayside, today 

He was a member of Union- ^j g p.m. by theRev. Wallace A. 
Kempsville Baptist Church. Rogers of Norview Presbyterian 

Besides his widow, surviving church. Burial will be in 
are a daughter, Mrs. Emma Rosewood Memorial Park. 
Louise Pennell of Virginia 
Beach; two brothers, Percell 
Davis and Wheeler McClenny of 
Norfolk; two sisters, Mrs. 
Mattie Lawrence and Miss Eva 
McClenny of Edenton; a 
grandchild; five great-' 
grandchildren; and nine foster 
grandchildren. 



Brinkiey 




Mrs. Louise Askew 

Mrs. Louise Askew of 708 16th 
St. died September 7 in a 
hospital after a short illness. 

A native of Elizabeth City, 
N.C, she was a daughter of the 
late Gregory and Mrs. Mary 
Holley and the widow of Zion 
Askew. 

gie was a member of First 
Baptist Church, Lynnhaven. 

Surviving are three sons, 
Lawrence Askew of Virginia 
Beach, James Askew of New 
York, and Eugene AskCW of 
Baltimore; five daughters, Mrs. 
Mkry Uzzle~and Mrs. Annie 
Sparrow of Virginia Beach, Mrs. 
Esther Carter of Norfolk, Mrs. 
Catherine Williams of 
Washington, and Miss Harriett 
Askew of New York; six 
grandchildren; and seven great- 
grandchildren. 



A.C. Olsson, Sr. 

Alfred Carl Olsson Sr., 85, of 
513 Catalina Ave., died Tuesday 
at 2:40 a.m. in Hampton 
Veterans Hospital. 

A native of New York, he lived 
here two years. He was the 
husband of the late Mrs. Emma 
Louise EUer Olsson and a son of 
Carl and Mrs. Christina Olsson. 

He also had lived in White 
Plains, N.Y., and St. Peter- 
sburg, Fla. 

He retired after 25 years as a 
certified public accountant at 
Haskins & Sells, New York. He 
was an Army veteran of World 
War I. 

Besides his son, AC. Olsson, 
Jr., surviving are a grandson, 
Eric Olsson. and a grand- 
daughter, HoUy Olason, aU of 
Virginia B«ich. 

A funeral service was held 
Wednesday at 1 p.m. in 
Rosewood Memorial Park by 
the Rev. T.L. Alexander. 
Hollomon-Brown Funeral 
Home, Bayside, was in charge. 

J.R.CasonSr. 
Johnnie Rossevelt Cason Sr., 



A funeral service was held 48, of Brooklyn, N.Y., a former 
Friday at 3 p.m., in First Baptist resident of Virginia Beach, died 
Church, Lynnhaven, by the Rev. Monday in a hospital. 



A native of Virginia Beach, he 
was a son of Mrs. Rhoda Waters 
Cason and the late Willie Cason 
and the husvand of Mrs. Tecolia 
Smith Cason. 

He was an Army veteran of 
World War II and worked for 
William Talton Walker, 92, of New Jersey Shipyard for 15 
156 S Kentucky Ave., Thalia years. He was a Baptist. 



MR. Boone. Burial was in 
Calvary Cemetery with Graves 
Funeral Home, Norfolk, in 
charge. 

William T. Walker 



Beaudfication For Scho(Js 



Frank P. Feele. left, assistant principal of First Colonial High School expresses his 
gratitude to Burks Withers, Jr. for the flourishing crape myrUes on the school grounds. 
As Arbor Month chairman for the Virginia Beach Beautificatlon Commission, Withers 
has been responsible for the planting of trees on school grounds for the past four years. 
The commission has given a tree each year to every school in the city. 



Village, died September 8 in a 
nursing home. 

A native of Boone, N.C, he 
lived here four years. 

He was the husband of the late 
Mrs. Bertha Hood Walker and a 
son of Millard Filmore and Mrs. 
Polly Adams Walker. 



Also surviving are a son, 
Johnnie Roosevelt Cason Jr., 
and four daughters, Freda 
Cason, Vanessa Cason, Vic- 
torine Cason and Liza Cason, all 
of Brooklyn; four brothers, 

Louis Cason and Liza Cason, 
all of Brooklyn; four brothers. 



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yMCA Is 
Now Co-Ed 

The VMCA is branching out 
into Virginia Beach as a co-ed 
organization with a Fall 
program which features new 
and interesting activities for 
members of the entire family 

John M Long. Associate 
General Executive of the 
Norfolk YMCA says the move 
follows "a national trend of the 
VMCA developing programs for 
the family ■' 

Long adds the move is 
"basically geared to makir^ a 
family type VMCA including 
father and son programs, father 
and daughter prc^rams. ami 
mother and daughter programs, 
and mother and daughter 
[M-ograms, as well as family 
programs ■■ 

According to Long the 
program will offer the general 
pubUc courses in judo, gym- 
nastics, fencing, tiny tot 
swimming, lifesaving, scuba 
diving, and swimming in- 
Mnurtion 

TlM»e desiring further In- 
formation on the propama we 
invited to coouct JtriM L4i^ ^ 



He was retired from Ten- Louis Cason of Norfolk and 
nessee Eastman Corp., Willie Cason, Carlie Cason 
Kingsport, Tenn He was a and Raymond Cason of Virginia 
member of Junior Order of 
International Association of ^f,*'!';„""1„c o^m! cu , 



T Walker Jr. of Virginia Beach ; 



Funeral Home, Norfolk, A 



a stepson. Hugh Sherfey of San '"""«» S/v i Ph''** '' ' 

Bernardino. Calif ; a daughter. P '".; , Sunday in Ebenezer 

Orville Heck of Detroit; Baptist Church, Virginia Beach 



Mrs 

three stepdaughters. Mrs 
Grace Jones and Mrs. Edna 
Howard of Kingsport atid Mrs. 
Louise Fennell of Orlando, Fla ; 
and 16 grandchildren. 

The body was sent from 
Sirriiele Funeral Home to hosiMtal Sunday 



Burial will be in Jones Memorial 
Park 

.Mrs. Margaret Stokes 

Mrs Margaret E. Stokes. 56. 
of d08 Holbrook Road died in a 



Hamlet-Dodson Funeral Home, 
Kingsport. for a funeral service 
Saturday at 2 p.m Burial was in 
Kingsport. 

Mrs. Virginia Harmon 

Mrs Virpnia Early Harmon. 



She was a daughter of Mrs 
Vella Williams Farley of 
Dayton. Va,. and the late Seth 
Hiomas Farley and the wife of 
John Z. Stokes Jr 

A native of Beckley, W. Va . 
she lived here 24 years. 

She was a membn* of Lynnhav 



65. a formed resident of Ahoskie. en Pr«byt«ian Church Lynn 
NC, died September 8 in haven Garden Club, and Thalia 
Norfolk General Hospital after Civic Le«8u«_ 



.illness of three years. 



Besides her husband and 



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This Bus Wont Bm 

An anti-busing sign on the back of a mini-bus was part of a 2«-car motorcade from 
Norfolk enroute to the PatrioUsm Day ceremonies Saturday «f**'^"««VJ„y'X";^^ 
Beach The annual event was spotisored by the Virginia Beach Jaycees and was held at 
25th Street and Oceanfront at the Norwegian Lady statue. ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^ 



'Friends' 

Name 

Captains 

Forty-four ' team captains 
have been named by four city 
chairmen in the 1971 "Friends of 
Virginia Wesleyan Collefp': 
program. The announcerneni 

of the names was made this 
week by Willis W. Stephenson, 
general chairman of tlje 1971 
Friends program.' 

Ten team captains serving 
with Virginia Beach chairman 
Earl V. Slattum are James ^. 
Beasley, Jr., Waldo P. Boi- 
nemann, Thomas C. Broyles, 
Wayne L. Chronister, George H. 
Davis, HO. Erhard, Jr., Jack 
M. .Hanson, Sotirios A. 
Karageorge. Dr. John A. Mapp 
and Marvin Simon. 

Fourteen captains have been 
named to work with Norfolk 
Chairman Norman C. Wilcox. 
They are V. M. Annas , M.I. 
Birshtein, Robert S. Boyd, Carl 
P. Brickey, CarkU Etheridge, 
William F.' Hawkins, John W. 
Mason, Jr., Mrs. Barbara 
McDonald, Walter J. McTague, 
Frank S. Robertson, Glenn A. 
Scott, Howard J. Simpson, 
Raymond W. Stilus and John 
Thomas. 

Chesapeake City chairman 
William H. White, Jr. has ten 
team captains including Vernon 
G. Bailey, Jr., Robert S. Bass, 
Franklin P. Earley, Jr., William 
L. Owens, Dr. G.W. Pegram, 
Jr., Charles L. Pugh, Jr., 
Elwood Scott, Nathan Sykes, 
Jr., Russell I. Townsend, Jr., 
and W. Larry Wallace. 

James P. Stephenson, Port- 
smouth city chairman, will have 
team captains. They are T.R. 
Dail, E. Saunders Early, Jr., P. 
Stockton Fleming, Russell F. 
Gallette, R. Franklin Hawkins, 
Jr., L. David Lindauer, X.D. 
Murden, Lloyd D. Peele, Her- 
bert E. Robertson, Jr., and 
Robert W. Wentz, Jr. 

The "Friends of Virginia 
Wesleyan College" program is 
an annual effort to secure 
operating support for this four 
year private, liberal arts 
college Virginia Wesleyan 
receives no state tax funds. The 
budget each year must be met 
by student fees, an annual ap- 
propriation from the Virginia 
Conference of the United 
Methodist Church (as a 
Methodist-related institution), 
individual and business support 
and special grants. 



•'...ABOVE AND BEYOND..." — Enlarged replicas of 
Medals of Honor of the Army, Navy and Air Force 
htgWight the impi-essive Medal of Honor exhibit which 
wHI be at Pembroke Mail September 28 to October Z. The 
exhibit lists the names of all of the more than 3,200 men 
who have received our Nation's highest award for 
military valor. The outer panels of the exhibit carry 
portraits of the 56 U.S. Air Force men who have earned 
the coveted medal. ( U. S. Air Force Photo) 




Mayflower moO«r. Ae is Mirvived by a 
Apartments <tau^ter. Mrs. Pamela St<*e8 

She was the widow of WUliam Hale of Virginia Beach, two 
Gradv Harmon and a daughter brothers. Seth Thomas Farley of 
of Walter and Mrs. Sadie Nashville., Tmn. and Robert L 
Harding Early '"•'"^ "' ^^^ • "^^ • •'»'«■• 

She was a member of Ahortii M" *"« Ma<teoo of New York 
First Baptist Cbmch A fi»ef«l wrvlct was con- 

Surviving are a dai^iter. tf«cted in Hollomon-Brown 
Mrs Fereb«c Traftiw of FM«ral Home. Bayside, 



* Legal Notices 



of 



stroll, rs along Pembroke .Mall these last few days have 
had a startling reminder in the beautifully decorated 
( hristmas ir« «'. that the big season is not, after all, too 
far away. ll«'i«' Mrs. Vina-Lou Hayes fastens an or- 
namint. one of the many adorning the tree. Mrs. Hayes 
made all the ornaments and she will teach others the 
method in a Ba/aar and Holiday Crafts class sponsored 
by the Parks and Kicrealion (enter. There is still time to 
sign up for the multitude of classes of every VBriety#*,,a. 




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COMWONWEALTH 
VIRGINIA, 

In the cierK's Office of the 
Circuit Court of th« City of 
Virginia Beach, on thi 13th day 
of August, 1971. 
Nora Lucille Bryarif Cartw 
Plaintiff, 
agtaintt 

Buckley Charles Carter 
Defindanf. 

ORDER 

OF 

PUBLICATION 

The obitcf of this suit Is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the laid defendant, upon 
the grouhdi of d»«erflon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant It not • rtsManf of 
the State of Virginia, the lait 
known post office address being 
SCO S 20th Street, Apt 1 A, 
Richmond, California, it Is 
ordered th^t he do appaar htrt 
vvithin 10 (ten) days after du« 
publication hereof, and do what 
may l»t nacessary to prottet his 
Iflffftst in this suit. 
A copy-TtSte; JOHN V. 
FINTRESS, CLIRK 
Phyllis Ityrs tJeputy, Clerk, 

Mr, A.J. Canada, Jr., Atty 
43M Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia •each, Virginia 





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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1971 



THE VIRQINIA BEACH SUN 



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VIROINIA: 

in ttw Circuit Ctfurt of ttii city of 
Virgmio loMli, this vm Oty of 
August )ff%r 

COMMONWIALTH OF 
VIROINIA. 
pttltiomr, 

NiWPORT NIWS DUCKING 
CLUB, INCORPORATID, tt «l, 
Dtftnclintt. 

ORDER OF NOT ICI 

Thii eauM arm to bo hoord ttilt 
day upon ttit Pttitlon fllMi horoln 
<by tht CommonwNltIt of Virginia, 
for ttio purpoMt of condomnlng 
etrtain land for um ai a Stat* Park, 
M Mt fortt) In tlia Pttitlon, and to 
Koulrt a fat sinnpit aatatt ttiertin 
from ttia dafondanti hartin, and 
upon a praytr for Notlct io be 
publlahtd In a ntwspaptr or 
ntwapaptrs having a gtntral 
circulation In ttit City of Virginia 
Baacti, Virginia, pursuant to ttta 
Statutas of ttia Commonwealth. 

Upon conildaratlon htreof and It 
apptaring iust and propar so to do, 
pursuant to Stctlon 25-133, Coda of 
Virginia (19S0), as amandad, it is 
hereby ADJUDGED, ORDERED 
and DfCREED that any and all 
parsons ovwiing or claiming any 
right, title, est att or Interest In or to 
the land described in said Petition, 
or in or to the proceeds arising upon 
a condemnation of said land, ap 
pear and assert their several or 
respective claims or demands by an 
^)proprlata pleading filed in this 
Court on or before the 33rd day of 
September, 1971, and It is further 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED and 
DECREED that the Clerk of this 
court publish a Notice in the 
Virginia Beach Sun once a week for 
four consecutive weeks, com 
mencing on August 26, 1971, said 
Notice to contain the information, 
specified In S2S153 of the Code of 
Virginia as amended, except that it 
shall not be necessary for the Clerk 
to include the residence and ad- 
dresses of the defendants named in 
the Petition; and it is further 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED AND 
DECREED that the Clerk of this 
Court deliver to the Sheriff of the 
City of Virginia Beach a sufficient 
number of copies of said Notice for 
posting by the Sheriff at the usual 
place or places for posting legal 
notices in or about this Court, said 
Notice to be delivered to the Sheriff 
within five days from the date of 
entry of this Order and said Notice 
to be posted by the Sheriff, or his 
duly authorized deputy within five 
days after receipt of said Notice, 
and the Sheriff shall thereafter 
make due return to this Court, as 
required by law, and it is further 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED AND 
DECREED that within twenty days 
after the first newspaper 
publication of the aforesaid Notice, 
the Clerk of this Court shall mail to 
each deftndant whose address is 
stated in the Petition, at the address 
stated in the Petition, a copy of one 
of the newspapers containing said 
Notice; and the Clerk shall 
thereafter certify to this Court that 
said copies have been mailed, as 
^required by law. 

Btter this 19 day of August, 1971. 
A copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Billy W. Batloy, D.C. 

ENTER THIS THE 19 DAY OF 

AUGUST, 1971. 

Paul W. AckIss, Judge 

I ask for this: 

Joseph A. Sawyer 

Counsel for Petitioner 

A copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By Billy W. Ballon, D.C. 

B-26-4T 



VIRGINIA: Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Be^ch On the 30th day 
of August, ly/l 

BILL REPKO, Complainant, 

vs. 

BILL A REPKO, et ai, 

Respondent 

IN CHANCERY 
NUMBER 15162 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
effect a partition of certain real 
estate known as Lot 26, Block 45 
88 shown on plat entiled 
"Resubdivision of Lots 23 thru 
27, Block 45, Aragona Village, 
Section Nine, Part Three, 
Princess Anne County, Va.", 
in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; and for other further 
and general relief; and It ap- 
pearing from affidavits in due 
form of law now filed, that the 
address of the defedant Vera B. 
Repko is unknown; and that 
there are or may be parties 
unknown interested in the 
subject matter of this suit; 

It is Ordered that the said 
Vera B. Rtpko and parties 
unknown do appear within 10 
days after due publication of 
this order In the. Virginia Beach 
Sun, a newspaper in general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
do what may be necessary to 
protect their interests herein. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
Fhyllli N. StyrOS D.C, 

Mr. L.B. Cox, Jr., Attorney 
203 Perry Building, 
7S10 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23505, 

M-aT 

VIRGINIA:* 
in the Circuit court of the City « 
/irgmia loach -mis I9th Day of 
Au^iit W1. ..^„ 

NOTICt OF CONOEWNATION 
COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIROINIA, 



V. 



NEWPORT NEWi DUCKING 
aUi, IMCOUPCMIATEO, et al , 
and ».9M •crii mora or \m (f 
land, ki v^into ta^i, Virginia 

TO M«OM IT A/M^Y CONCERN; 

Purwwrt to an 8r*r ol •« Cw»^ 
in itiis CM, Wa n0m •• i^r^ 
Mvan: 

In ttM suit, «M PMtMnar iiai» fd 
•c^Hfi, by awlaiwwtion fw »« 
uiofc and far uaa aa a piMIc park 



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Simple title to a tract of 332.931 
acraeof land, more or less, situated 
n the City of Virginia Beach, 

S. J.*' •'"^'"*='"'l»«* as follows: 
All ttiose certain tracts, pieoas of 
parcali of land, with the Im- 
PrwmmH thereon and the ap- 
purtenances thereunto ap- 
pertaining, and the waters and 
w«ter bads and riparian rights 
Wiaraunto appertaining, located, 
lying and being in the Pungo 
Borough of the city of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, in the area known 
as False Cape and Wash woods, as 
shown on a certain plat entitled 
"Sheet 4 Survey Showing Certain 
Properties Lying South of Frank 
Batten Property for The Depart 
ment ' of Conservation and 
Economic Development • Division 
of Parks Ben H. Bolen, Com 
missloner, Pungo Borough, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, Scale 1" 
equals 400", dated July, 1971", made 
by AAarsh and Basgier, Consulting 
Engineers Surveyors, situated in 
Back Bay and known as Little Bali 
Island, Big Ball Island and Big 
Cape Porpoise Island, which is 
recorded In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and bounded and 
described as follows: 
Parcel BO: "Little Ball island" 

Commencing at an old iron rod on 
the eastern shore line of Back Bay 
at the northwest corner of "For 
merly E. K, Sioane" property; 
thence N36degrees 12' 33"E, 455,13 
feet to a point of the shore line of 
Little Bali island, said point being 
the point of beginning, thence 
following the approximate shore 
line of said island the following 
courses and distances: N81 
degrees- 19' -36" W, 179,05 feet; 
.thence S06degrees 11' 43"W, 611,57 
feet; thence S80 degrees -06' -43" W, 
110.64 feet; thence N67 degrees-OB'- 
19"W, 200,77 feet; thence N38 
degrees- 27' 35" W, 223,49 feet; 
thence N36degrees 49' 22"E, 243.60 
feet; thence N07 degrees 23'-51"W, 
365.04 feet; ; thence N26 degrees - 
13'-31"E, 226.29 feet; thence S76 
degrees 39'-31"E, 260.02 feet; 
thence S46 degrees-44' 51"E, 20B.69 
feet; thence SIS degreesl5'-29"E, 
222.00 feet to the point of beginning, 
containing 8,839 acres and an area 
to approximate edge of water of 7.5 
acres, more or less. 
Parcel 81: "Big Bail island" 
Commencing at an oid iron rod in 
a stump on the southern line of 
"Formerly E, K. Sioane" property; 
thence along said line S73 degrees- 
32',11" W, 27.00 feet to a point on the 
eastern shore line of Back Bay, 
said point being the point of 
beginning; thence S40 degrees-19'- 
30"E, 45.08 feet; thence SOS 
degrees- 27' 49" E, 618.00 feet; 
thence N73 degrees 32'-11-E, 725.00 
feet; thence along the approximate 
centerline of irregular Steven 
Creek the following courses and 
distances; S51 degrees-01'-04"E, 
260.44 feet; thence S30 degrees; 33'- 
50"E, 147.49 feet; thence SOI 
degrees 19' -24" E, 303.08f feet; 
thence SOB degrees 26' 18"W, 1B3.99 
feet; thence S31 degrees 24' 26" E, 
"243.71 feet; fhertde S19 degreds-29'- 
35"W, 119.87 feet;thence S47 
degrees 41'-39"E, 240.68 feet; 
thence S14 degrees;34'27"W, 154.99 
feet; thence S56 degrees-09'-36"W, 
105.95 feet, thence Sll degrees-IS'- 
ffl"E, 215.14 feet; thence due west 
53.00 feet; thence SI 5 
degrees; 56' 43" E, 145.60 feet; 
thence S13 degree8-02-19"W, 97.51 
feet; thence S14 degrees-59'-31"E, 
305.40 feet; thence S35degrees;31'- 
37"W, 614.37 feet; thence N61 
degrees- 1 5' 37"W, 70.71 feet; thence 
515 deqrees-28' 10"W, 281.19 feet; 
thence SB7degree5-0B'-15"W, 100.13 
feet; thence S05 degrees 00'-02"W, 
B0,31 feet; thence S66 degrees 59' 
28" W, 158.62 feet; thence N60 
degrees-32'-H"W, 176.88 feet; 
thence S81 degrees 12' -09" W, 170.00 
feet; thence S50 degrees-26'-25"W, 
208.83 feet to the approximate 
centerline of Horse island Creek; 
thence along the approximate 
centering of Horse Island Creek and 
the northern side of Big Ball Island 
the f ol lowing courses and distances ; 
N50 degrees 33' 22"W, 365.17 feet; 
thence N17 degrees 23' 20"W, 294.46 
feet; thence N26 degrees 23'-30"W, 
443.19 feet; thence NIO degrees 5»'- 
14"E, 383.02 feet; thence N23 
degrees 56' 16" W, 243.14 feet; 
thence N63 degrees-19'-24"W, 458.84 
feet; thence N50 degrees 50'- 51" W, 
2476.85 feet feet; thence N09 
degrees or 00" W, 233.64 feet; 
thence N24 degrees 31' 00"W, 
1955.58 feet; thence N48 degrees-14'. 
00" E, 335.94 feet; thence Nfl6 
degrees 29' 00" E„ 100.98 feet; 
thence S73 ol'WE, 242.88 feet; 
thence S8Sdegrees 01' 00"E, 526.02; 
thence S82 degrees 46' 00" E, 95.70 
feet; thence SS6 degrees 16' 00" E, 
399.30 feef; thence S51 degrees 31'- 
00"E, 1281.72 feet; thence S52 
degrees- 31' 00" E, 1135.20 feet; 
' thence S78 degrees 05' 17" E, 300.74 
feet to the point of beginning, 
containing 266.S79 acres and an 
areas to approximate edge of water 
of 218.00 acres, more or less. 
Parcel 82: "Big Cape Porpoise 
island" 

Commencing at concrete 
boundary monument No. 1, on the 
Virginia • North Carolina State Line 
and thence along said state line S88 
degrees 30' 05"W, 2226.50 feet to a 
point in the approximate center of 
Etheridgt Oeek; thence along the 
^)proximate center of Etheridge 
Cratk; thtnca along tht a»» 
proximate canttr of Ethtrid 
Creek N40dtgrttB 29'.»"W, 712. 
feet to the p^nt of btglnnin^ 
thence wNBl degrees- 19' 01 "W 
S7B.46feet;thenot N06 dagraM-V 
06"W„ 181.34 faat; thmoe ny 
degrees 01' 10"W, 675.64 feet; 

thence N63 degrees 56' '! 1; 
S4.92 feat; thanct. N39 dasraM.34' 
2«"W, 664.N faet; thance along the 
approximate centerline of Irregular 
Little Horia Island Creak the 
foltowing oursaa and dlitamwa: 
mi da0raN«'.ai"E, 441.91 faet; 
itMncal«daratii4a'4irE, m.n 
faat; Mhnea A» MMt mm faat; 
ttiann HB mnmM4V'M, w.m 
fatt; nmtM Nia dasraN-4r-«"W, 
145.21 fa^i thanM N13 dar«M* 



cqcil Not 1 1 



■Hand Craak and initt Crtak (tta 
foltewing courtaa ana dlitaneaa: 
SM dagraaa.»'30"B, 443,19 fatt; 
thanca 117 dagraaa ayW'E, 294.44 
faat; Itianca SIO dagrMi- n'-33"E, 
3M.17 faat; thanca I2» daBraasll'- 
24"E, 342.13 faat; thanca S09 
degrees- OS' 43" E, 451. 65 feet; 
thanca Sii d^ft 10'05"W, 
1011.00 faat to the point of begin- 
ning, containing 97.220 acres and an 
area to approximata adfld of water 
of 35.50 acres, mora or lass. 
The value of such land as stated 
or charged in the petition Is ONE 
HUNDRED SIX THOUSAND 
AND 00-100 ($106,000.00) 
DOLLARS ^^ . .. 

And it appearing that the 
following persona and clanas of 

patioiiu, own or claim or possibly 
own ft" have or claim some right, 
title, state or interest in or to the 
land (or the estate or interest in the 
land) or some part or parts of the 
land sought to be condemned or in or 
to the proceeds arising upon a 
condemnation thereof, viz: 
Newport News Ducking Club, 
Incorporated, Virginia Electric and 
Power Company. 

This, therefore, is to notify and to 
warn ail whom it may concern and 
all of such persons, and the heirs or 
devisees and the personal 
representatives of such of the 
persons as are dead, and all of the 
persons constituting menf>bership in 
the classes of persons and each arKi 
every one of them, and ail persons 
whomsover owning or claiming any 
right, title, estate or interest in or to 
such land or any part of sanw (or in 
or to an estate or interest in or to 
such land), or in or to the proceeds 
arising upon a condemnation 
thereof, to appear before the Circuit 
Court of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
or before the Clerk of such Court, at 
the courthouse, in Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, on or before the 23rd day 
of September, nineteen hundred 
and seventy-one, and assert and 
present, by approrpiate pleadings, 
their several or respective claims 
or demands; and upon the failure of 
any of such persons to so appear 
and assert and present their claims 
or demands, the statements and 
charges in the Petition will be 
considered by the court or judge 
upon the hearing of the Petition and 
the notice or notice in this case, as 
admitted by such persons, and this 
case will thenceforth be proceeded 
in ex parte as to them, with the 
result, of which the aforesaid 
persons and classes of persons are 
hereby specially warned that, 
through a failure appear and assert 
and present their claims or 
demands, as aforesaid, it is possible 
that such persons or some of them 
will be defeated or some of them 
will be defeated Jn enforcing their 
claim or demands, and they may 
lose the same. 

But such of the persons and 
classes of persons, who do not own 
or have or claim such land (or such 
estate or interest) or any part of 
same or a right to, or interest in the 
proceeds arising from the con- 
demnation, or to damages arising 
therefrom, r»eed give no further 
heed to this notice and warning. 

tt Is ordered that a copy of this 
notice be published in the Virginia 
Beach Sun once a week for four 
consecutive weeks, commencing on 
August 26, 1971, and that a copy be 
posted at the usual posting place or 
places for legal notices in or about 
the Circuit Court of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

Witness my hand, at office, in 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and the 
seal of our Circuit Court, this 19 day 
of August, nineteen hundred arKJ 
seventy -one, 

A copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By Billy W, Ballon, DC, 

(Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court of 

the City of Virginia Beach, 

Virginia 

By: Billy W. Bellou, D.C. 



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surveying maKIng plat, 
assigning and recording of 
Oyster Ground Assignment as 
specified in tha Coda of 
Virginia, Title 21.1. 1 agree that 
all legal raqulramanta will Pa 
promptly met by me, (Ma 
reverse stda for aligibie ap- 
plicants)* ), 

Witness my signature this 31 
day of August 1971. 
RE. Oarratt 

924T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clark's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of August, 1971. 

Margaret K. Calils, Plaintiff, 

against 

Richard H. Caliis, Jr., 

Defendant. 

ORDER 

OF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
wilful desertion for more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address,, 
being, 8241 North East 9th 
Avenue, Miami, Florida it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK. 
Phyllis N. Styros, Deputy Clerk 
Mr. Fred Aucamp, Attorney 
Mailbu Towers, 
3500 Virginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

a-26-4T 

COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on tha 31st day 
of August, 1971. 
Andrew Keith Emminizer, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Joan Barbara Emminizer 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 



826-4T 



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approxiitMta MiM^a alpn« tha 
fi^pfmimiM canttr I ifv of Horaa 



NEWS RELEASE 

The Virginia Beach Bureau of 
Police have in their possession 
60 boys and girls bicycles, that 
will be subject to auction sale if 
not claimed before September 
17, 1971. Persons who can give 
proof of ownership may report 
to POLICE HEADQUARTERS 
at Princess Anne Courthouse 
between the hours of 1:00 p.m. 
and 4:00 p.m. to make such 
claims, Monday through 
Friday. 

Auction will take place 
Friday, September 17, 1971, 
starting at Twelve o'clock noon 
at the City Garage located on 
Lee Roy Drive off Seaboard 
Road near Princess Anne Court 
House. Ail articles not claimed 
will be sold at Public Auction by 
The Department of Public 
Safety. 

Reeves E. Johnson 
inspections Engineer 

99-2T 

COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

Marine Resources Commission 
P.O. Box • 756 
Application For Oyster 
Planting Ground 
Newport News 

August 28, 1971 

To W.E. Abbott Inspector, 
District No. 22 or City of Va. 
Beach, Va. 

I, R.E. Garrett, Address 3729 
Bonnev Rd., Va. Beach a 
rrtWaffWf the State of Virginia, 
hereby apply for ground for 
oyster planting purposes, under 
the laws of Virginia, made or to 
be made. 

Said ground is in the waters 
of Broad Bay, near Linkhorn 
Bay, and is estimated to con- 
tain 115.00 acre, and situated 
in District NO, 22, or City of Va 
•each, Virginia, and described 
as follows: Formerly held by D. 
H. Marshall. 

I requatt that proper notice 
be at once posted and that a 
survey, plat and assignment ba 
made promptly as practicabla. 
I submit herewith my ap- 
plication fee of I2S.00 for 
engineering services; and 
hereby further agree to 
promptly pay all chargM for 



The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vhiculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon 
the grounds of separation in 
excess of two (2) years, pur- 
suant to section 20-91 (9) of the 
1950 Code of Virginia, as 
amended 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-r.esident of 
the State of Vir^nta, the last 
known pVsf drflce" irdav^ss 
being: 34 Buell Street Batlvia, 
New York it Is ordered that she 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By : J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
Herber S. Reld, Jr. 
P. 0. 703 

Virginia Beach, Va. 33456 
_^ '^■^*'^ 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINtA 

in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the^Citv^of 
Virginia Beach,on the 25th day 
of August, 1971. 

Mary C. Wilson, Plaintiff, 

against 

David Wilson, Jr., Defendant. 

ORDER 

OF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the grounds of 
two years continuous 
separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resldentOf the 
State of Virginia the last known 
post office address being: co 
General Dilivery, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia not resident 
of the State of Virginia, it is 
ordered that he 

do appear ten (ten) 

days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in 
terest In this suit. 
A copy Teste; JOHN v. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Phyllis N. Styros, DC 
James k, MCKonry, 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

0-2-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 30th day 
of August, 1971, 
Shirley Phillips Dawson, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Haywood Sim Dawson, Jr., 
Defendant, 
ORDEROF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having bean 
made and filed that tha 
defendant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the fast 
known post office address 
being, 1313 Benfield Avanwe, 
Ntwbern, North Carolina, It Is 
ordartd that he do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days affM* due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect hia 
intM-ait In this luit. 
A cepy.TtStt: 

JOHN V. PINTRiSS, CLiRK. 
•y: PHYLLIS N. STYRON, 
DEPUTY CLiRK 



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Mr. H. Calvin Spain, Attorney 
P. 0, Box 2241 
Virginia Beach, yirginla 

.* 9.24T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 2Sth day 
of August, 1971. 
Walter Andrew Thornhill, 
-Plaintiff, 
against 

Wanda Hope Thornhill, 
Defendant 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The Object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon tha grounds of 
having lived separate and apart 
for mora than two years. 

And an affidavit havinq been 
made and filed that 
due diligence has 

been used by or in behalf of the 
Complainant to ascertain in 
which county or corporation the 
defendant is, without effect, the 
last known post office address 
being; 305>} 16th Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, not 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
-here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V, 
FFNTRESS. CLERK 

By: PHYLLIS N. STYROS, 
DEPUTY CLERK 
Michael E. Bowerman 
2413 Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9-2.4T 



COAAMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia Beach, 
on the 7th day of July, 1971. 
Bill Repko, Plainiff, 
against 

Bill A. Repko, Infant, et pis, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLI CATION 
The object of this suit is for the 
said complainant to effect a par- 
tition of certain real estate known 
as 5041 Haygood Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

And an affidavit having been 
nnade and filed that one the 
defefKlant, Vera B. Repko is not a 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
and all reasonable efforts to kxate 
her being of no avail, her present 
address being unknown. It is or 
dered that she do appear here 
within 10 (ten) days affer due 

publication hereof, and do what 

may be necessary to protect her 

interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy, Clerk 

Mr. L.9. Cox, Jr., Atty. 

7510 Gr,Bnby St., 

ftorfolk, Virginia 2351 

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ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Garland M. Layton 
1510 Pleasure House Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
^ 9164T 

COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of September, 1971. 
Frederick S. Sorrell, Jr., 
Plaintiff, 
against 
Faye C. Sorreli, Defendant 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendarit is a non resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: co Betty Brown, 360 N. 
8th Street, Rear Apartment, 
Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042, it 
is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: John V. Fen 
tress. Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Cierk 



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COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day of 
September, 1971. 
Wayne A. Jones, Plaintiff, 
against 
Shirley A, Jones, Defendant, 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the grounds of 
living separate and apart for 
two years without interruption 
and without cohabitation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 3366 Yucca Avenue, San 
Diepo, California 92117, it it 
ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days aUer due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress, Cierk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2071 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9164T 



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VIRGINIA: 

In tha Circuit Court o» tha 
City of Virginia taach on tht 
StpttmiMr, 1971. 



smjNry of 



Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



9 164T 



COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA, 

l;i ttie„CiBrk.'a.Offica..of the 
CIrcuff Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 9th day 
of September, 1971. 
Wallace F. Thomas, Plaintiff, 
against 

Marsha Powers Thomas, 
Defendant. 
ORDEROF PUBLICATION 
The objecr of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon 
the grounds of <desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 705 E. Moore Street, 
Booneville, Indiana, it is or- 
dered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her interest ip this suit. 
A copy-Teste; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Brydges, Broyles 8, McKenry 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9-164T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of September, 1971. 
Pamela C. James, Plaintiff, 
against 

Charles Macy James, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for-- 
the said plaintiff to obtain a. 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address being 
unknown, if is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in 
terest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: John V. Fan 
tress, Cierk 
Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy Clerk 

Mr. L. B Cox, Jr., Atty. 

7510 Granby Street, 

Norfolk, Virginia f.u^r 

COMMONWEALTH o» 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court ol the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of September, l97i 
Loretta Ann Milison, Plaintiff, 
against 

Richard lan Milison, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from tht said 
defendant upon the groufWs of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having toaen 
made and filed that the 
defendant is • non resldtnt of 
the State of Virginia, tht last 
known post office address 
being: 2704 98th Street, N.E , 
Mllvue, Washington, 9WS4, it is 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of September, 1971. 
Dorothy Herrington 
Shillingburg, Plaintiff, 
against 

Lawrence Richard 
Shillingburg, Defendant. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro to be 
merged at the proper time into 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed thai the 
defendant's last known post 
office address being 4736 West 
Grove Road, Virginia Beach, 
and that due diligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in what 
county or corporation the 
defendant is, without effect, it 
is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
' protect his interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 

ipln »*r Fentress, Clerk 
ly: Pt^jtUlaJi-^vron, DfauJat„ 
Clerk , 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on the 
lOth day of September, 1971. 
Court Papers No, 1454 
in The Matter of 
Distribution of the 
EstateofL, CRAWFORD 
SYER 

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE 
IT APPEARING that a 
report of the accounts of the 
personal representative of L. 
CRAWFORD SYER, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
against the Estate have been 
filed in the Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and that more than six 
(6) months have elapsed since 
the qualification of the personal 
representative, on motion of 
United Virginia Bank-Seaboard 
National, Executor under the 
last will and testament of L. 
CRAWFORD SYER, deceased. 
It is Ordered that the 
creditors of said decedent and 
of his Estate, and all other 
persons interested in said 
Estate, appear in this Court, on 
the 27th day of September, 1971, 
and show cause against the 
payment and delivery of the 
Estate, without refunding bond, 
to the distributees under sold 
decedent's will. 

A copy of this Order shall be 
published once a week for two 
(2) successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: Phyllis N. Styrs 
Deputy Clerk 
J. O. Atkinson, P.Q. 
2340 Great Neck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 33451 

914-2T 



Joseph C. Wool, Otcaaaad 
Show Cauaa Against 
Distribution Court Papers No. 

1452 

It appearing that a report of 
tha accounts of Virginia 
National Bank, Executor of tht 
estate of Jeaaph C. Wool, 
deceased, and of tha debts and 
demands against his estata hta 
been filed In tha Clerk's OffWa, 
and that six months have 
elapsed since the qualifleatlOfit 
on motion of the peraonat 
representative. It is ordtrad 
that the creditors of, and all 
others interested in, tha attata 
do show cause, If any thay can, 
at 10:00 o'clock in the fortfMpn 
on the 1st day of October, 1971, 
before this Court at its ^urt 
room, against the payment and 
delivery of the estate of Jotaph 
C. Wool, dacaased, tp ttia 
legatees without raquirlpg 
refunding bonds. 

It is further ordered that tha 
foregoing portion of this Order 
be published in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, once a week 
for two successive weeks. 

Paul W. Ackiss, Judge. 
I ask for this: 



A Copy Teste: JOHN 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
By Phyllis N. Styrfi 

Thomas Woods, Attorney 
Ross Building 
Richmond, Virginia 33319 



V. 



Sept. 16, 



914-2T 



COMMONWEALTH Of VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 14th day 
of September, 1971. 
Joyce H. Ghi, Plaintiff, 
against 
'John Ghi, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the grounds of 
desertion, towards which 
depositions will be taken in the 
law offices of Brydges, Broyles 
>• McKenry, 1369 Laskin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
October 23rd, 1971 at 10:00 A.M. 
And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a nonresident of 
the State of Virginia, tha last 
known post office address 
being: 5307 Shadyside, 
Suitland, Maryland 20023, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
maybe necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: John V. Fentress, 



Mr. R. Stanley Hudgins, Atty. 

1102 First & Merchants Bank 

Bidg., 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

916-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of 

VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 

of September, 1971. 

Marsha Gail Phifer Hendricks, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jerry Wayne Hendricks, 

Defendant, 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro later to be merged into an 
absolute divorce from the said 
defendant upon the grounds of 
willful desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: co Claude Hendricks, 
503 Westwood Drive, In 
dependence, Missouri, it is 
ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: John V. Fen 
tress. Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Cierk 

Smith, Power & Lawless 
1412 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9 16 4T 

COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of September, 1971. 
Paul F. Goodwin, Plaintiff, 
against 

Gayie Gioer Goodwin, 
Defendant. 
. ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro to be 
merged into a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the lasf 
known post office address 
being: 6260 Coral'TSake Drive, 
Miami, Florida, it is ordered 
that she do appear here within 
10 (ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: John V Fen 
tress, Cierk 
Phyllis N, Styron, Deputy Clerk 

Mr. Barry Kantor, Atty 
706 Plaza One Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 



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THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 



Bayside Clinic Opens On Independence Blvd. 



Hivt you 9V9r wondered what 
the new brtek building is that 
Mandi bdtiim Bayside Libra^ 
and the Police StaUon. at no 
Indepoidence Boulevard? 

It's the new Bayside Branch of 
the Virginia Beach Health 
D^Hirtmait and it recently 
op«tad iu doors to the public, 
faffed by Mrs. Pamela Hale, 
Nursing Supervisor, six nurses 
and two clerks, it is the largest 
and mwt modern facility of 
three such clinics that haveijeen 
located in Bayside. 

The first opened in February 
1966 on Shell Road at Bobbins 
Coroer. 

Mrs. Gertrude Waller, RN, 
recalls their problems at that 
location. "At one point, when 
they were cutting Independence 
Road through, they also cut a 
water line and we were without 
water for several months. We 
hauled it in five gallon jugs form 
across the street and continued 
with our worl(." 

When that building was torn 
dov/n after the road went' 
through, the clinic rented 
temporary quarters on Pleasure 
House Road. 

And now they're located in the 
new building. It has the most 
modern equipment and the color 
scheme is particularly ap- 
propriate. It's a blue-green 
shade that cheers without 
stimulating. "Everyone likes 
it," Mrs. Hale said. 

"We still haven't all of our 
furniture or the draperies 
hung," she said, 'but we're 
getting there." 

Five doctors hold regular 
clinics weekly or twice weekly. 
Clinics are held as follows: 
Monday: General Pediatrics, 
8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. First and 
third Mwiday. Maternity, 12:30 
to 3 p.m. 

Tuesday: Well Baby, 10:30 
a.m. to 12 noon. 




Sherry McCollum and her 
braces are checked by Mrs 
Beach Health Department. 

Wednesday: (second and 
fourth) Post-Partum and 
Family Planning, 8:30 to 11:30 
a.m. 

Thursday: Immunizations, 
morning; General Medicaid 
Screening, afternoon 

Friday: Medicated eye 
screening, 9:30 a.m. to U a.m. 

Free X-rays will be available 
when the equipment is installed. 
And though the Health 
Department is learning more 
toward the TB skin test, rather 
than X-ray, it was noted that all 
persons dealing in food services 



mother, IVlrs. Stephen McCollum, are shown as Sherry's 
, Carolyn T. Lawson, Public Health Nurse of the Virginia 
(Virginia Beach Health Department Photo) 



are required to have a chest X- 
ray. 

A Venereal Disease Clinic is 
available at 19th and Artice 
Avenue from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on 
Tuesdays. 

There are now five Health 
Department Clinics: Bayside, 
19th and Artie Avenue, the main 
clinic at Princess Anne Court- 
house, and two satellites at 
Newlight Baptist Church, Indian 
Kiver Road, and in a trailer at 
Blackwater Borough. 

Mrs. Hale emphasized that 
clinics, while they care for 




Standing behind the Library and the Police Department, at 930 Independence 
Boulevard, is the new and modem Bayside Clinic, recently opened. 



medically indigent patients, do 
not serve only those on Welfare. 

"For instance," she said, "a 
man in a family may be working 
and he isn't eligible for Welfare, 
but still he can't provide 
financially for proper 
medication. We'd Hke to reach 
people like this." 

If no transportation is 
available, and it is a problem 
with many, the organization 
known as FISH can be called 
upon. And the clinics would 
welconie volunteer help. The 
number to call is 460-0911. 

Reward Posted 
In Vandalism 

Ine School Board of Virginia 
Beach has posted a $^ reward 
for information leading to the 
arrest and conviction of the 
person or persons responsible 
for recent vandalism to the 
Kempsville Junior High School. 

An estimated $25,000 damage 
resulted at the school when the 
facility was broken into on two 
separate occassions last month. 

Police investigators said the 
incidents were staged for the 
sole purpose of vandalizing the 
school since nothing appeared to 
have been taken during either of 
the break-ins. 

The Police Juvenile Division 
has been designated to deter- 
mine who will qualify for the 
reward, and therefore anyone 
believing they have information 
concerning the identity of those 
responsible for the vandalism 
should contact that office. 





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VABFOY Theme 



'Rebuilding America 



Virginia Beach Friends of 
Youth, with representatives of 
other Tidewater organizations 
and concerned individuals, are 
sponsoring a series of inter-faith 
gatherings, to foster feelings of 
brotherhood and fOcus attention 
and enthusiasm toward the 
rebuilding of America. 

Theme of the meetings is 
"Celebration of the Rebuilding 
of America" They will be open 
to all in the Tidewater area. 

The first event is tentatively 
scheduled for November 27 at 
the Memorial Cross site of the 
First Landing at Cape Henry 

Activities under consideration 
are: Open end rap sessions; 
presentations of band music, 
group singing and individual 
performers; a contest prior to 
the event to develop an emblem 
expressing the theme; a speaker 
with vital ideas about the 
rebuilding of America 

Organisation meetings will be 
held at Norfolk Catholic High 
School on September 19 at 7pm 
and every Sunday thereafter 

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in these events may contact the 
following; Rev .Michael Sch- 



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Malcolm Ragan, information officer, points to the five locations of the Health 
Department's Clinics, the newest of which is at Bayside. Holding the map is Mrs. 
Pamela Hale, supervisor, whose home base is at the Bayside location. 

Campaign Officially Underway 



A. Joseph Canada, Republican 
senatorial candidate from this 
resort city, opened his campaign 
headquarters Saturday at 2589 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
He told those in attendance: 
"I want to thank all of you for 
coming out today for the 
launching of our campaign, the 
launching of a campaign that is 
going to bring about the 
beginning of a new political 
climate in the city. 

"As many of you may recall, 
when I announced last spring 
that I was seeking this office as 
a Republican, I said then that I 
was tired of the political wars 
fought in this city in the ranks of 
one party and thought there was 
a need and a place for a more 
constructive political climate 
concerned more with the future 
of the city and its residents and 
less concerned with political 
squabbles. 

"Today, I feel like this 
campaign is equipped and able 
to serve as the vehicle to 
complete that mission. I am 
confident that my opposition, 
who have already started 
swinging and clubbing each 
other again, will continue to take 



their low ebb of campaigning 
from last spring into the 
November general election 
campaign. 

"While this is going on, I 
promise you, we will give the 
City of Virginia Beach the first 
campaign it has ever had in 
modern times, a campaign not 
concerned with organizations, 
but a campaign concerned with 
the problems of our people and 
what io do about them. 

"We will give the City of 
Virginia Beach the first cam- 
paign it has ever had in modern 
times; a campaign not con- 
cerned with personality attacks, 
but a campaign concerned with 
the merits of the candidates and 
what they have to offer the 
public. 

"We will give the City of 
Virginia Beach the first positive 
campaign it has ever had in 
modern times, a campaign not 
concerned with the personal 
gains of one political unit, but a 
campaign concerned with 
showing the public that there 
are many benefits to be had by 
having all political parties 
represented and competing to 
produce good goverrmient for 



the common public good. 

'"But most of all, we will give 
the City of Virginia Beach a 
campaign concerned with the 
issues before us and nothing 
less. 

"As this campaign unfolds, we 
will spotlight on such problems 
as the plight of the consumer at 
the hands of the State Cor- 
poration Commission, a body 
dominated by old political 
hacks. 

"We will talk about our out- 
dated welfare system and what 
we should do with it, the 
problems surrounding the 
disolvementof the neighborhood 
schools, local and state taxes, 
the environment, the future of 
mental health in Virginia, 
education, the getting of more 
and better water and sewage 
systems along with better roads 
for the city. 

"In this package of issues, 
high on my list of concerns is the 
revitalizing of the public spirit 
of our community, which I feel is 
at a low point due to the fac- 
tional fighting that we have had 
to endure over the years. 

"The dominant theme of this 
campaign is going to tie let's put 
Virginia Beach first again." 



meid. 423-2176; Jeffrey Aaron, 
president VaBFOY or Gail 
Aaron. 425-5438; Anne Ramsey, 
executive director VABFOY, 
425-8163; Mary English. 428- 
6802. 

Ceremony Held 

The Tidewater Red , Cross 
Blood Center celebrated its 22nd 
anniversary Sept 15 with a 
ceremony at the site of its new 
Blood Center on Brambleton an 
Colley Avenues. 

Honored were the 55 par- 
ticipating chapters in the 
Tidewater Blood Region, ser- 
ving over 3-million people 

Visitors were greeted by Red 
Cross and City officials. Miss 
Norfolk and the Blood Center's 
own Birthday Girl, who also was 
22 years old on Sept. 15. 

The Fleet Marine Force 
Atlantic Drum and Bugle Corps 
provided music. 

Open House followed the 
ceremony. The Blood Center 
opened in 1949. collecting 19.00(j 
units of blood.lhat year. In 1970 it 
collected 78.000 units. 




Republican senatorial candidate A. Joseph Canada surveys the crowd at his campalga 
headquarters opening Saturday. (Photo by Jon Sagester) 



TuiipgnAV SEPTEMBER 1g> 1t71 



Incumbent 
Takes Stand 

Incumbent State Senator 
Edward T. Caton III came out 
this week In support of vliual 
control measures and neigh- 
borhood schools. 

In % letter to Robert M. 
Stanton, chairman of the 
Committee for Visual PoUutlm 
Control, Catm said he had 
refrained from using sign or 
billboard advertising, which is . 
"symbolic indication" of his 
support. 

"Therefore, I will be glad to 
patron In the next session of the 
General Assembly a bill which 
would have as Us purpose die 
granting of authority to the City 
of Virginia Beach to accomjdish 
the purpose of your letter of 
September 1." 

The letter Caton referred to 
was one Stanton sent all of the 
political candidates asking their 
support in allowing the city to 
officially call for removal of 
non-conforming signs. 

In a prepared statement, 
Ca ton sa id he opposes husing and 
fully supports Rep. Wflliam E. 
Brock's amendment to the 
Constitution, which [8%serves 
the neighborhood schools. 

"When re-elected I shall offer 
for the same purpose a 
resolution in the Senate of 
Virginia applying for a con- 
vention under the alternate 
method of amending the U. S, 
Constitution as set forth in 
Article V," he said. 

Ca[;{tured 
in Motel 

Virginia Beach police 
detectives joined their Norfolk 
counterparts in the ap- 
prehension at a resort city motel 
Sunday even of a suspect in 
connection with an alleged 
armed robbery near Marion, S. 
Car. 

The suspect was identified as 
Robert E. Ryan, Sr., 24^Jerome 
Avenue, Norfolk Va. ^^' ^ 

He was charged with the theft 
of $1,800 according to South 
Carolina officials, from the 
homeof E.J. Wf^^I^ra^ig. U. 

The robbery reportedly took 
place when two men, one armed 
with a .38 - caliber pistol, forced 
the male occupant of the home 
to tie-up three women and open 
a small safe which contained the 
mrniey. 

The man was then tied up as 
the assaUanta fled in an auto. 

Ryan's arrest, according to 
officials, resulted from in- 
formation supfriied the Norfolk 
police Narcotics Squad by an 
informant. 

Although Ryan reportedly had 
a pistol in his room at the time of 
his arrest there were no repmls 
of injuries. 

When Ryan was apprehended, 
according to ptrtice, he was 
accompanied by hii wife, tbafar 
2-year-old-son. and a if yaar old 
woman from Chesapeake. Va. 

Ryan wm held in NerfeHt to 
lieu of $50,000 bond until Monday 
aft«-noon whoi he was r e leaa a d 
to the custody of South Caroliaa 
authorities. 

'Fun Trip' Set 

The CavaHcr Hotel wUI Md 
an "Oyster Bowl PM "M^" 
October » to the DukeCl^iisn 
game at PwMnao Piskl. 

Festivitin wiU get 
at II am at the Bi 
blip's Loimie witt a ral < 
kick-oir party . Bmsm «M Isai •! 
noon tar the I p.n. taoltel 
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Healthy Earth Matter Of Choice 



"You and I. we must make the 
choices - the decisions -.- which 
will insure that we pass on to our 
children a legacy of courage: 
that we 'A ill provide for them a 
cleaj) and healthy Earth which 
they will be proud to pass on to 
their children said Lloyd W. 
Gebhard. Acting Regional 
Administrator for the En- 
vironmental Protection 
Agenc> s Fi((iJon""ni. here 
Tuesdav 

Gebhard. in speaking to the 
.State and local officials at- 
tending the 66th Annual Con- 
vention of the Virginia 
Municipal League, said that "we 
are in the midst of an ecological 
crisis ' But in his speech. 
Toward An Environmental 
Utopia A Plan of Action, he told 



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the Virginia ofif-ials that "there 
is hope that we can reverse the 
trend we can stop present 
pollution, we can prevent future 
pollution, and we can restore our 
air and water to a point where 
they support life, not take it 
away ■ 

There is also hope based on 
the accomplishments of the 
Environmental Protection 
Agency (EPA) during its first 
ten months of life, according to 
Gebhard,, 

EPA ^ovides government 
with a mwrhanism to tackle 
pollution problems on a very 
broad yet ronwlidated frtmt." 
he said. "We approach en- 
viromental control in its totality, 
recognizing the In- 

terrelatlaishlp of forces which 
combine in the natural m- 
vironment." 

G^>hard tlMn poiirted out that 
EPA is CTtall^ Mro^ "•^f*' 
organizattom in the 
that 

be 



location and that the best way to 
attack these |M-oWem» m to 
recognize and treat them on a 
R^tcmal basis 

In describing the ac- 
complishments of EPA to d^e 
and the ste(» it is taUng to 
eliminate pollutiMi in the futitft. 
CJebhard reminded the Ui^ue 
that these "steps will not toad to 
an Envirwmental l't«^ia - lor 
there can be no such drMm - 
but with your help (Slat* Md 
local officials), these tMps 
constitute a Plan for Mttsn." 

Injecting a n<Me of rwllty tMo 
his addr«M. EPA's R^M 111 
Acting A(knlnistrator UiA hta 
audience that ^fective pttUUm 
control will coat mon^ - Ii 
taxes and in hti^ier ^teas for a 
variety irf goods and a a nrte a s . 
And that pcofrfe will tew to 
modify thttr life Myta tf «• «• 
to effectively Mlvf Nto 
prohtems 



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46thYEAR.-NO.38 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY/SEPTEMBER 23. 1971 



TELEPHONE 428-2401 



10 CENTS 



Rally At Dome 



"SONS Not Dying; It's 
Stronger Than Ever" 



By Jon Sagester 

Taidng a thane from a new 
fall tdcviiion seriM the com- 
bined Tidiwatar SONS (Save 
Our Neighborhood Schools) 
Mganiution held a rally in the 
Qvic Center, Sunday, whose 
theme might have been, 
'•Getting Together." 

The rally gathered 
dalegatlona from Chesapeake, 
Hampton^ Newport News, 
Norfolk, Portsmouth and 
Virginia Be^ch totalling ap- 
proximately ilOO people. 

Sitting amidst stickers, 
buttoni, pins, banners and signs, 
the audience was warmed with 
lelecUons by the Virginia Beach 
Civic Orchestra and Concert 
Choir, and a duet by choir 
membors Prank Ferrigno and 
Mary Barraco, all of whom 
received standing ovations. 

This was followed by an im- 
preaalve stage of speakers who 
brought the purpose of the 
meeting to a focal point. 

Leading off was Mayor 
Rhodes who welcomed the 
distbiguished guests and in- 
troduced Representative 
lliomas Downing (D-Va.). 

Congressman Downing, who 
with his colleague Represm- 
tative WiUiam Whitehurst (R- 
Va.) gave the Washington 

Urging democratic 
proMdurM Downing stated, "As 
U.S. Citizens and Taxpayers it 
woold seem to me ttiat we have 
sofie sort of constitutional right 



to place our children in 
whichever school is physically 
able to receive them." 

"I'm afraid there's no im- 
mediate answer," he said 
quietly, "the only recourse we 
have now is to seek a Con- 
stitutional Amendment which 
would prohibit involuntary 
busing for this purpose." 

Giving the audience a ray of 
hope, he noted that 55-60 
Congressmen met in 
Washington last week to select 
one of the 33 proposals for 
constitutional amendments 
which have been off«'ed, behind 
which everyone can rally. 

"We knew that we had to 
select just one of those proposals 
around which we must unify, not 



only our strength, the 
congressional strength, but the 
strength oi the peoples of this 
nation," he declared. 

"We took the steps that I hope 
will start us on the way to 
eventual educational and social 
tranquility," he offered. 

Downing wrapped up his 
comments by saying, "I wish I 
could say it could be dpne 
overnight, but it cannot, it's 
going to take time. It will take 
an inordinate amount of 
patience on the part of you and 
people throiq(hout the nation." 

Congressman Whitehurst 
followed by charging those in 
attendance to write their friends 
throughout the country and to 

(Continued on Pnqt 12) 



Gids Save Dogs' Life 



Two young Virginia Beach 
girls have been applauded by 
the City's Bureau of Animal 
Control and police Juvenile 
Division for their unusual actions 
which apparently saved the life 
of an injured dog. 

The girls have been identified 
as Miss Joan Small, 16, Bobolink 
Drive, and Ann Jotuison, IS, 
Bayshore Drive. 

Det. W. M. Bailey said he was 
travelling Landstown Road in 
heavy rain on the evening d Sat. 
Sept. 11, when he noticed the 
girls in the roadway near the 
intersection of Holland Road, 

Stcqptl^g to invesUgate Bailey 
said a passing motoriit had 



apparently struck two dogs and 
left them lying in the road. The 
girls stopped and discovering 
one of the dogs were still alive, 
removed a blanket from their 
car and covered the dog tc 
protect it. 

Making use of his mobile radio 
Bailey contacted the police' 
dispatcher and requested an 
animal contnri unit be sent to the 
scene to render a^stance. 

L. E. DeVal arrived in time to 
transport the injured dog to a 
point where medical attention 
could be administered. 

Both DeVal and Bailey in- 
dicated that in their opinions the 
dog would not have survived 
except for the action of the girls. 




GOVERNOR KIRK 



'Enter Polities' Co-Chairman Tells Women 

By Helen Crist 



His Woodworking Hobby 
Could Help The Disabled 



Flortunate is the man who 
flnda fulfillmoit in both his work 
and his hobby as well. 

This quite aptly appUes to 
Hohn E. Whitaker. of 4306 Sea 
dwat Road- After his day at 
Boyater Co., you'll most 
probably And him relaxing in his 
H X 27 ft. workshop, while the 
bun saw's screeching away and 
the bits of wood are falling to 
the floor. 

He'll be no doubt, turning oiit 
one of his checkerboards, likely 
is not, or perhaps he'll be 
putting the finishing touches on 
an tailaid jewel box, or maybe 
he's cutUng tmy i,8 in. strips to 
flue together and make 
eheckn-board cuff links or tie- 
taca. 

Whatever, it will be original 
and done with an artistic eye 
and never by pattern. 

"I've been working with hand 
toola aU my life," Whitaker 
aaya, "like my father before 
me." 

And October 16, when the 
Women fA Wesleyan hold their 
Flea Market at the Twin Drive- 
to Tlieatera <m Indq)«Hlence 



Blvd., Whitaker will be showing 
his works at one of the booths. 
FYom the checker and chess 
boards, and the lumber scraps 
remaining, evolved tiny 
checkerboards, some even tlvee 
fourths in. square, that make up 
the ear-rings, pins, cuff links 
and other items. 

There is even a symbolic 
cross. "Last Easter when about 
30 youngsters joined the 
Baylake Methodist Church, each 
one received (me of the crosses 
in the form of a pin," he said. 
The Windsor Woods 
Presbyterian Church todt them 
for its congregation Easter 
morning too. In all, Whitaker 
made 1^ crosses. 

The Whitaker children, Philip 
and Sue, both Cox High School 
students help their father in the 
finishing procen. 

For the home, he's built 
bedroom furniture, a desk. TV 
tables, patio furniture, end 
tables, coffee tables and many 
other items. And now, he's in the 
procMS of making a guitar for 
Sue. All this he does. managinK 



to sandwich in some fishing and 
dove hunting with Pnilip. The 
Whitakers have another wm, 
Edward, who is married. 

But the woodworking that he 
loves has a humanitarian aspect 
too. "It would be wonderful for 
disabled pe(^ to take these 
pieces of wooid, and flnish them 
by putting the backs on the pins 
and the other items." 

Whitaker feels they would 
then be marketed. . "But I don't 
have the time to do it myself." 

Especially would he like the 
handicapped to benefit from the 
work, because Whitaker, 
himself was a polio victim at the 
age of two and one half years. 

Already he's cmtacted the 
Dqwrtment of Vocational and 
RehabiliUtion in Virginia and 
they are interested in the 
project. 

And when the Data Processing 
Management Association meets 
at the Dome October 1 and 2. 
into each kit will go one of 
Whitakers pins, and for the 
main speakm there will be his 
cuff link and tie-tac sets as well. 



Mrs. Tobin (Anne) Armstrong 
is unique. She is the first woman 
in political history named co- 
chidrman. National Committee, 
of either major party, she saya. 

Tuesday, in town for only a 
few hours, this vivacious T«uui 

Soke-ui a luncheon -meettig of 
a SBd Distcict RtmOUc^n. 
Wmnai at Lake Wright Motai. 

Flashing an attractive amite, 
she urged women to bec(Hiia 
involved in politics. "Although 
women reprtsent 51 per cent of 
the population and 34 per cent of 
the total work force i the 
United States today, there is 
only one woman in the U.S. 
Senate, 13 women in Uie U.S. 
House of Representatives, and 
no woman among ttie Governors 
of the 50 states." 

Optimistic about passage of 
the Equal Rights Amendment 
for women when it comes up for 
vote In Congress, she said that 
now is the time for American 
women to claim their political 
birthright. 

Not everyone has to run for 
office she said. "There are 
literally thousands of public 
offices on the local level that can 
be filled by women." These 



Violence Mars 
Events 




And she defended President 
Nixon against those who accuse 
him of failing to bring more 
wom«i into government. 

"He has appointed more 
women, to higher positions at a 
faster rate than the two previous 
Democratic Administrations 
oombined." 

Hs_,^l._aj|»o, she noted I 
mnhiated a womari'urth^ rank 
<rf General in the Armed Ser- 



Betting 

Not Too 
Favored 

Hearing Tuesday 
Well Attended 

By Les Lehigh 

Some 100 persons gathVred at 
the Lake Wright Motel fU^day 
to make known to thi Pari- 
mutuel Betting Study Com- 
mission their feelings tdward 
bringing pari-mutnel Bitting 
into Virginia. 

This marked the first If five 
public hearings the Itudy 
Commission, of which Slhator 
Edward T, Caton of Virginia 
Beach is a member, |^tf^ to 
conduct throi^hout the Itate. 
The recommendations if the 
Commission are expectVd to 
l^ay a major role ifi con- 
sideration by ttie next (HHleral 
Assembly on legalizii^ Pari- 
mutuel betting. 

During Tuesday's tM^'hour 
proponents pointed to the 
benefits which could be defived, 
such as increased revv'nue 
through an acklitional tourist 
attraction in Virginia. Op- 
ponents based their o^xwltton 
on issues of morality and the 
potential increase in criminal 
elonents. - 

Delegates Richard Guy and 
BR. Middlet(m. City Manager 
Roger Scott and Councilman 
Reid Ervin were among those 
from Virginia Beach wha at 
tended the hearing. Of ihtit, 
only Guy reported time to ad- 
dress Commh»k>ners. 

Guy told the Study Com- 
mission he was basing hii stand 
proud to be ttie M^ wMOMtin ^ favoring pari-mutuel betting 
Mjitteal toSry *«IM»A «>• ** ''*'^»^^^ wwii^ W» 
chairman of either major thfbagh contacU^^t^^Kh 22 d W 

Party." 




CONGRESSMAN DOWNING^ 



vices-and has named not one, 
but five. Noting that the 
R^ublican Party was the first 
to support women's suffrage, 
the first to support the concept 
of "equal pay for equal work" 
and die first to have equal 
representation of women on all 
committees, die added, "I am 



Sports 



MRS. ARMSTRONG 

would include school boards, 
city councils and state 
legislatures. 

The mother of five children, 
Mrs. Armstrong was a Phi Beta 
Kappa at Vassar; is now vice 
chairman, Texas Republican 
Party and National Com- 
mitteewoman, Texas. In 1969 
she founded Tops 'N Texas, 
statev c awards program 
recognizing three women for 
outstanding community service. 

She reiterated, at the lun- 
cheon, the great debt that the 
Republican Party owes to Uie 
National Federation of 
Republican Women. "They 
provided more than 300.000 
volunteers for political cam- 
paigns in 1968 and added more 
than a million dollars to the 
Party coffers." 



Shopping Center 
Controversial 




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Last Friday night's second 
session of the city's high school 
football season was marked by 
incidents which resulted in the 
stabbing of one juvenile and the 
injury of several others. 

Authorities said the incidento. 
..Wch allegedly consisted of 
attacks on white juveniles by 
groups of Negroes, took place at 
the finish of football games at 
First Colonial and Bayside high 
schools. 

Officials said 18-year-old 
Joseph E. White. Catallna 
Drive, was stabbed in the back 
when he was jumped by 8 or 10 
assailants in their late tenia, 
•njestabbing reportedly occurred 
as White attempted to enter his 
auto in the parking lot of First 
Colonial High School. 

Another^ incident at First 
Colonial, a^^ng to police, 
resulted in the injury of three 15- 
year-olds who reportedly were 
kicked and beatm. One of the 
^veniles repwtedly sustained a 
fk-actured leg in the attack. 

IncidenU at Bayside Hifp) 
School reportedly resulted in 
two white Juvwilts recie.in* 
iMeraticHis wh«i they were 
attacked by a group of Negro 
•laailants armed with belt 
ki^lM aiMi "Aft-o style" combs 

PollCf art eontlmiing their 
lovettiptkM of the ineidants 
Mid Bearding for uap^U In the 
attacks. 



The Virginia Beach Planning 
Commission last Thursday gave 
approval to the controversial 
"Magic Hollow" project, which 
has drawn strong objections 
from the U. S. Navy, and 
deferred action on a pr(H><»al 
which drew strong objections 
from residents of Chesopian 
Colony calling for the con- 
struction of a large shopping 
complex adjacent to the en- 
trance of that residential area. 

A project of Aragona En- 
terprises, Inc., calls for the 
construction of single family 
homes in the area bordered by 
South Lynnhaven Road, London 
Bridge Road. Shipps Corner 
Road, and abutting on the 
Oceana Naval Air Statiui. 

Military and civilian officials 



of Oceana NAS a^ieared before 
Commission members Thur- 
sday, as they did during last 
month's City Council con- 
sideration of the project, to 
reaffirm warnings that con- 
tinued construction of this type 
could possibly result in a cur- 
tailment of operations at the air 
station and-or eventual closure 
of the facility. ' 

This contention was based on 
the premise the homes would be 
located in line with the major air 
traffic pattern of the base, in 
what is classified as a "high 
density noise area". This places 
persons who live in such an area 
in danger from aircraft mishaps 
during the landing and take-offs 
as well being subjected to 

(Continued on P»99 10) 



States ^which have already 
legalized it. Guy said "these 
replies have certainly bolstered 
my confidence in racing." 

He added these replies in- 
dicated to him that "organized 
crime was not involved in 
operations of tracks. . .crime 
rates were not increased. . .the 
average race track in these 
areas lowered the number of 

(Continued on Page 10) 



R«gIsfration Ends 

The last day for voter 
registration for November 2nd 
general election will be 
Saturday, October 2. The 
office of general registrar at 
Princess Anne Court House 
will be open from B a.m. to .5 
p.m. that day. All aasiitant 
registers will be in their 
places of business on that 
same day. For information 
regarding the location of 
assistant registrars, please 
call the office of general 
registars. 427-4867. 




Tidewater Community College's Virginia Beach Campus aty'i long-awaited dream if ■ c««iB«N|r M^^ hun 

will offlciallv open its doors to some TW students Monday, and. If the GeMrd Aiat^Uy •pjrjvei » nntftut, a 

The present facility will be temporarily located at Cimp comRlete collegt wttl N CfMtnicted al Or««l fiw m a 

Pendleton where il barracks have been converted lot© alt* donated by tkc CMy. 
classrooms, library, tfflces, etc. It Is the flrst step in the 




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A Potverful Show 



THlVIRQIWIAliACM..^ 



THURSDAY, BtPTEMBER 28. 1971 




By'^Srofessionak 



!%• Ttdawattr Artiiti 
Anodattei it prMwttng itt 
flnt aaaiiil art uiow at VUlaga 
Oalla^ in CoUait Park and It ii 
OM or tlik moat protoaalonal 
iriMWi ttM faU«7 haa had to 
data. 

Xtm9 ara M laadlni artiati 
loaturad In Ow abow and their 
woHa ara Umitad to only si 
placaa of variout axpraaaioni of 
talont. It ta juat larga anou^ to 
taatidin and maka you want 
mora. 

Tha worka diaidayad arv quite 
iadieativa of the ttylea of the 
eraatem. Each atanda ai a 
aymbd of the individual ulenta 
and the combination it 
atriklDfly vwvatlla. 

There*! the intricately 
raaliatic watercolor of Herb 
Jooaa and acrylics of Ed Carson . 
OaraoD'a aubjects are typical of 
Ma lateat afforto - fruit in the 
moat photographic detail. Jones 
la. of oouTM, the Put Mut«r at 
detail andhta "Walking Boards" 
ia in trae form. His sketch 
"Study for After the Showei"' is 
Ian H«rb Jones, but a lovely 
piece of work nevertheless. 

The talented Laakso's are in 
there with George's usual cast 
bronse sculptures - "Healing 
Tree" and "Thrust" • both 
outstanittng and Ruth's oils - 



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"Safari" and "Eric". The latter 
la particularly beguiling but the 
same faces inject into "Safari" 
where they ari less powerful, 
Four beauUful entriea from this 
artlatic couple. 

Fay Zetltn's acrylics continue 
to be controversial in their 
uniqueness. Her two pieces, 
"Inland Waterway" and "July", 
are among her finest but while 
"July" may be more typical of 
her own particular style, 
"Waterway" was by far this 
reviewer's favorite. 

Wilbur Chadwick has two fine 
sepia sketches - "Lydia" in 
pencil and "Bush" In pen and 
ink • both d which are stamped 
with the Chadwick individuality. 
The samosmight also be said of 
Ruth Peerwsi^s oils, which look 
acrylic, "Secret Confidence" (a 
familiar piece to art fans) and 
"Sun Feaat", a truly exceptional 
work. 

The Zetlin-look pops up in 
Cameron Boone-Kemper's 
acryiics"Sahara IT' and 
"Hatteras" but not enough to 
confuse or distract. They are 
most expressive ■ in "Sahara" 
you "feel " the heat; in 'Hat- 
teras" you enjoy the calm. 

The sculpture of Elliott 
Benistein is always a favorite 
and his No. 219 is excellent but 
the graceful sweep of No. 191 
puts it in the lead in this show. 
The plexiglass sculpture of 
Helen Freeman and Carol 
Trotman are also quite 
noteworOjy. 
One of the most dominating 



worka in the show is a large 
acrylic entitled"Mask". by 
James Kirby which is done in 
such precision It seems to stand 
away from the canvas. And 
speaking of three-dimenrional, 
Alisia Sanchei's abstract "The 
Hard Cold Fact As Is, Baby" is 
rather harsh in its presentation 
but one must feel its line to 
realize the depth is In use of 
color, not in mixed media A 
most unusual painting. 

Other eye-catchers in the 
show are Ruth Unger's 'New 
Mexico "; Cornelia Justice's 
"Peony"; Sue Doctor's 
"Doorman"; Bob Burnell's 
"Early Winter" and Virginia 
Adams two oils "Of The Earth" 
III and IV 

The unfair thing about a 
review of such professional 
work is that all cannot be 
mentioned. The only way to 
remedy this is to see the show 
and judge for yourself. It's brief 
but outstanding. 

Ruby Jean Phillips 




'P/ozo SMe Comedy 
Thai Brings Tears 



MISS SUSAN BATES 



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To Susan Bates 




Father and Son 
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Susan Bates, daughter of 
Icdr. and Mrs. John A. Bates of 
Virginia Beach, has been 
awarded several scholarships to 
attend the North Carolina School 
of the Arts in Winst'^n-Salem as 
- lance major. 

Susan studies ballet at O.D.U. 
and modem dance with the 
Tidewater Dance Guild. She 
attended Kempsville Junior 
High where she studied drama 
and belonged to the 
cheerieading squad. Stay haa 
■appeared in numerous 
Tidewater productions including 
the '71 Virginia Beach Arts 



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Festival. Festival ^X, Norfolk 
Arts Festival, Brigadoon, 
Snowmaiden, Girl with the 
Enamel Eyes, several dance 
concerU, dance festiva'.s, Title 
III lecture demcmatrations as 
well as a TV production called, 
"Our Moral Heritage, Fair- 
play." 

Her goal has long been to 
share her love of dance with 
others. Susan strongly believes 
that dance can be a marvdous 
way (d communicating with 
others. 

"I hope the Virginia Beach 
Schools will soon include 
modern dance as a part of their 
curiculum," said the young 
dancer. "Many of my friends 
have expressMi an interest in 
this type of dance rather than 
the limiting aspecta of par- 
ticipating int:ontest sports." 

Susan's scholarships include: 

Virginia Federation of Music 
aube State Winner. 

Norfolk Foundation. 

Foundation Grant (North 
Carolina Schod <tf the Arta). 



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naywright Nail Simon has 
built his succMaful Broadway 
reputation on plays rovolvli^ 
around fairly normal people and 
aituations. exaggerated Into 
come^. It has bMn as unfailing 
aystem. UntU "PUia Suite." 
mils particular {day brings to 
life the boredom of long-time 
marriage, the feara and 
flrustrations of middliMige, the 
petty little differences between 
couples which suddenly, blown 
out of proportion, shatter a 
relationship. It is a delicate plot 
but If (M-operly handled can 
produce a sensitively serious 
play or a Mlarious comet^. 

"Plaza Suite" accomplishes 
iMlther. It lacks the usuaiSimon 
•xageration and is. instead, 
painfully candid. The over-40- 
and-married crowd will not see 
themselves and laugh. They will 
only see themselves and cringe. 
The Cavalier Playhouse 
selected this 3-act play in good 
faith. It had a long, successful 
run on Broadway and has been 
highly acclaimed by reviewers 
and audiences alike. And tlie 
local theatre does an excellent 
job with it. The charac- 
terizations, the direction, the 
acts, are all outatandlng. But 
that gnawing discomfort is there 
and little can be done to ease it. 
Each of the three acts con- 
cerns different characters in 
separate situations, all taking 
place in one suite in New York's 
famous Plaza Hotel, llie first is 
the most pathetic as a couple 
celebrating their "23rd or 24th" 
anniversary, finally face up to 
the chasm that has grown 
between them. The dowdy wife, 
attempting to hide her fears 
under light-hearted chatter, 
vainjy seeks attention from her 
successful husband, but his only 
interests are his own efforts to 
retain a youthful appearance 
and his affair with his secretary. 
Ilie "lady or the tiger" ending 
at least leaves a ray of hope. 

In the second act the suite 
becomes the scene of "Bedroom 
Tales" for a famous Hollywood 
producer and his flame of 
earlier years, now a suburban 
housewife and mother. She is 
uncomfortable at being in a 
hotd room widi a man; he 
launches a seduction i»-ogram 
while secretly hoping she will be 
different from his many other 
conquesta. Is her family and 
respectability stronger than his 
Hollywood know-how? I'll not 
tell! 

Tlie last act is the cleverest 
and, yes, the funniest. A young 
girl, soon to be married in the 
hotel ballroom, locks Iwrself in 
the bathroom, ignoring the pleas 



and antica <a her panic-stricken 
parento to get her to "come on 
out and gat married." Hia 
mother, a flightly, scat- 
terbrained perstm, quakes at her 
husband's anger. He becomM 
mcHre and more irritated at his 
wife's inadequacies. And Uie 
bathroom remaina formidable 
aa tha daughter has second 
thoughta about marriage, 
three sets of characters, 
credability la put to tha teat and 
obviously depends strongly on 
the talenta of the performers. 
The Cavalier, fortunatdy, haa 
thereal-lif e couple Marty McOaw 
and Gerry ^owe in the lead 
roles. It is to their credit, and 
their exceptional ability, that 
each couple has individuality 
"With very little overlapping in 
characterisation. The three 
female roles are especially 
demanding on Miss McGaw but 
she quite capably slips from the 
dowdy housewife to the 
subitrban cutie to the sadly hair- 
brained mother of the bride. Her 
mugging at times distracts 
rather than enhances but a bit of 
exaggeration does no harm. 
Rowe is strmg and definite as 
the three men each performance 
as individual as even Simon 
himself could have hoped for. 
The show rides on the shoulder 
of the two lead roles but Miss 
McGaw and Rowe are backed by 



a v«ry ci^iMbla amall supporting 
caat. Danny Ounn Is par. 
ticularly good as tha un- 
darstandUag waiter and la a^ 
tually mlaaad when ha doesn't 
re-appaar In tha thh-d act. The 
same ia true of Iteve Feuer- 
stein, tha bellhop in act one. This 
boy has a real flair for corned^. 

The two remaining per- 
formers have very mall but 
contributing, roles. Coral 
Shattuck ia the secretary in act 
one and Ute bride in thi third. 
She is a lovely young actewa but 
needs to work on projectln ■ the 
audience can scarcely hm her. 
Nick Goncales aa the 
bridegroom-to-be has onlyiree 
words to say, which obv%ly 
docan't tax his acting abUitj^but 
the young man hu a good ilMe 
presence and will hopefuy 
work into larger roles. 

Director Jack Fisher jus 
fared better In some of his liii 
convential efforts where he hit 
greater outlet for his creativit}, 
But there's little doubt that thi 
play and cast benefitted fron 
this talented director. The aeti 
are plush and quite ad- 
vantageous to the plot. For this, 
Pete Dixon deserves the credit. 

The entire package has the 
Cavalier mark of excellence but 
Plaza Suite' is just a bit too 
realistic to be trully enjoyalde. 
- Ruby Jean Phillips 



Ex-Govemors Head Drive 



Two distinguished former 
governors of Virginia will head 
the Norfolk Symphony's 1971-72 
Growth Fund Campaign. 
Norman C. Willcox. Symphony 
president, today announced that 
Colgate W. Darden, Jr. and 
Mills E. Godwin, Jr. have 
agreed to swve as co-chairmen 
of the Symphony's annual fund- 
raising effort. 

The Norfolk Symphony's 
operating budget for 1971-72 is 
$232,342, of which 170,742 must 



come from the Growth Fund 
Campaign. Actual expenses for 
the year could be much higher, 
depending on the Symphony's 
ope ating costs in Chrysler Hall, 
which is scheduled to open 
during the middle of the season. 
The 1971-72 budget anticipates 
an increase in operating costa of 
4140,796 over last season, mainly 
the result of a planned increase 
in the numt)er of adult and 
student concerts throughout the 
Tidewater area. 



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Bomb Threat 
Charges Made 

Police Juvtnilc DivUion of- 
flcicli have ennouoeed the 
arrest on an adult and four 
Juveniles in connection with 
alleged falae bomb tlu-eati at 
local high icbooU. 

The adult was identified ai 
Jeffery Allen Surber, tS, of 
Pemberton Street, while the 
Juveniles were identified only as 
being 14 and IS years (rf age. 

According to authorities 
Surber facM five diarges while 
the Juveniles are charged in a 
combined total of 15 charges. 
> The cbargM result fronn the 
alleged commimlcation at false 
reports of bombs having been 
placed in the Bajvide and Cox 
High Schools between Sept. 7 
and 14. 

Officials point out Uie arrests 
were made through the ctose 
cooperation of 1%e C & P 
Telephone Co. 

Such an offense, officials point 
out. is classified as a felony 
which is punishable by a 
maximum sentence of 1 to 10 
yearAJmprisoiunentf-' 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hatchett ha-ve a good laugh with hostess Mrs. Pete Bosher. at the I IV6 vOITlPIBIIB 
cocktail party that the Boshers gave for the fornfier City Manager last week on "Russell 
Hatchett Day." 




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Han PkogEwn 

Dentists horn throt^hout 
^nrgfatkl ai^ s«roindtag tMm 
wiU gathw in N^folk tor tte 
1021^ Annual Meettaig of Ike 
Virginia Dental AssoeiatliM 
Sept«nber 20-21. 

Dr. Carlton E. Sregory, 
n^sident from AtHtafim, ^ 
fireside at tMs nwe^ at Am 
Golden Triai«le Hotel, wMM la 
expected to attract mum flan 
1,700 members and fu^l. 

An extensive scientific, fedal« 
and business program is 
planned, according to Dr. 
Lonnle 0. Clark, Virginian 
Beach, General Chairman of te 
meeting. The scientific prafram 
will include presoitattona oe 
Preventing Dental Disease 
Through Home Care, Ci»TMtion 
of Improper Bite, Therapy for 
Spasms 0^ the Jaw; Psychiatric 
Aspects (d Dwital 11«atiB«it; 
and Complete Denture Dtriffi. 



Among tbow In attendance at the annual dinner weire (left to to right) Frederick 
Napolitano. Crusade chairman. Dr. Richard Mladick. director of tum<H- clinic at Norf<rik 
General Hospital and principal speaker fm- t|ie dinner, and Horace A. Cistola, president of 
the Virginia Beach Unit. 



Good Fdlotvship 



Crusaders Cited 



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Canada Reflects On Demo Primary 



Training 



Republican Senatorial can- 
didate Joe Canada spoke to a 
group of supporters at his 
campaign headquarters on 
Virginia Beach Blvd. on Sep- 
tember 15th at 8 p.m. He 
reflected on last weelc's 
Democratic primary: 

"The low turnout in the 
Tuesday Primary, in my 
Judgment, marks the beginning 
of the end of factional fighting in 
Virginia Beach politics. The 
total vote of 8,486 was extremely 
low when you consider the 
registered voter list for the City 
is over 57,000." 

"Such a low turnout shows an 
extreme lack of interest in the 
Just-finished primary, in which 
the two major political factions 
had full slates of candidates 
competing." 

"Furthermore, I think the fact 
that lawyer, Glenn B. Mc- 
Clanan, the only true in- 
dependent candidate in the field, 
was nominated indicates that 
our voters are more and more 
CMcerned about what a man has 
Iv^ffer the community and less 
and less concerned whether or 
not he wears the particular 
political boss' label." 

"Virginia Beach politics has 
taken a major turn, 1 think, 
when an independent will climb 
over the factional fighting and 
name calling, so typical of 
campaigns here, and be elec- 
ted." 

"Our community wants a 
change in Its political climate 
: -And I think we have taken a right 
step in that direction with the 
McClanan victory, which spells 
victory for us in November 
where 1 think voters will react 
the same way to the two 
machine candidates running 
against us in the General 
Election. I think the voters are 

Price Joins CIC 

Del F. Price, 178 Coral Gablfs 
Court, Virginia Beach, has 
completed a special training 
course and joined the sales force 
oi the Combined Insurance 
Company of America. 

nice is now engaged in 
selling accident and health 
policies for Combined in his 
home area. 



more concerned with the issues 
than they are the personality." 

"People want to make 
Virginia Beach first again and I 
feel our campaign, like the 
McClanan effort, will offer them 
a constructive alternative to the 
factional political wars," 

"The recent meeting of the 
Virginia Municipal League here 
has spot lighted, in my opinion, 
one reason why we need a 
change in our representation to 
the General Assembly." 

"As many of you may know, 
the League approved several 
reorganization prop<^ls, in- 
cluding one officially Bringing 
the Urban 12 back under its 
fold." 

"Urban 12, the coalition of 
urban counties and cities, has 
been working over the last year 
or so to get a fair shake for their 
respective cities and counties in 
the General Assembly." 

"I question why the Urban 12 
had to be formed." 

"It would seem to me, for 
example, that when Virginia 
Beach Joined this lobbying 
movement, it admitted that our 
representatives in Richmond 
are falling to fully represent us 
there." 

"Why have such a move- 
ment, if the case were 
otherwise?" 

"Now, with the urban com- 
munities, through redlstricting, 
having a greater voice in the 
affairs of the General Assembly, 
I don't feel like our local com- 
munities need to fall back on 
such lobbying tactics anymore." 

"Furthermore, if elected to 
the Senate, 1 would propose to 
launch a drive to form a 
coalition of urt|an senators and 
delegates to push urban 
programs in the General 

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Assembly." 

"I would also seek to establish 
better lines of communications 
with the city, than what the 
delegate and senator in this 
contest now have, so that our 
Senator could be well informed 
of the problems of the city and 
represent us as he should." 

Rice's To 
Expand 

Sam Stern, president of Rice's 
and Nachman's, and Kurt M. 
Rosenbach, executive vice 
president announced plans 
Tuesday for expansicm of Rice's 
store in Prinqess Anne Plaza. 

The building is leased from 
Aragona Enterprises. The total 
new investment on the part of 
Rice's and Aragona will be in 
excess of $750,000. 

The space to be used for ex- 
pansion is directly behind the 
present store and was planned 
for this use when the original 
store was built in August 1963. 

Floyd Adams will continue as 
manager of the expanded store. 
The present store is 25,000 feet 
and will be expanded to 40,000 
square feet to allow for 
enlargement of all departments. 
There will also be five new 
departments added: young 
men's "gear" shop, beauty 
salon, stationary, greeting cards 
and books. 

Joe Foulkes, commercial 
representative for Larasan 
Realty, handled the 
negotiations. 



Officers of the Virginia Beach 
Police Traffic Division have 
undergone intensive training in 
the field of "Accident In- 
vestigation". 

T^ose who completed the two 
weeks of specialized training 
includeilgt. EJL-J«<*fon, Sgt. 
K. A. Belangia, and officm J. 
M. Hughes, L. L. Chappell, and 
L. A. Silva. 

The course, conducted at the 
Portsmouth Police Department 
Headquarters, was sponsored 
by The Traffic Institute, Nor- 
thwestern University, Evan- 
ston, m. 

Training consisted of step by 
step instruction in every phase 
of accident investigation. A 
main highlight of the program 
was "field work" consisting of 
procedures required at the 
scene of an accident for the 
gaUiering of evidence which will 
protect the ri^ts of evCTyone 
involved should the incident 
result in court action. 

Most Deaths 'Were 
From Heart Disease 

According to figures Just 
released, nearly half the deaths 
in Virginia Beach last year were 
caused by cardiovascular 
disease. The figures were 
released by the Vir^ia Heart 
Association. 

The 325 deaths caused by 
heart disease accourted for 43.8 
per cent of the city's total deattis 
between January 1 and 
December 31, 1970. 

Other causes were canc«-, 126 
or 17.1 per cent; accidents, 63 or 
9.5 per cent; respiratory 
diseases, 40 w 5.9 per cent; all 
other causes combined, 185 or 
23.7 per cent. 

The report was taken from 
statistics supplied 1^ the State 
Health Department. 



Virginia Beach Cancer 
Crusade volunteers received 
awards at tiie annual meeting of 
the Cancer Society Friday night 
in recojpiition odf their work 
durii^t the most successful drive 
in flie 16-year history of the local 
Cnuade. 

Frederick J. Napolitano, 
Crusade chairman, announced 
that totid-retams amount to 
$46,212.32, well over the $38,500 
goal and $9,833.75 above the 1970 
total of $36,378.57. 

Dr. Richard Nladick, guest 
speaker at the annual meeting 
at the Capes Beach and Cabana 
Club, discussed plastic surgery 
and cancer. , 

Among the Crusaders 
recognized at ttw dinner were 



the more than 2600 volunteers in 
the residential division 
responsible for $16,600 of the 
total. Mrs. Irene Long, area 
representative, cited better 
organization of this division as 
partly responsible for the 
overwhelming success of the 
drive. She added that a growing 
awareness among the citizens of 
memorial gifts also helped boost 
the total. This year's memorial 
gifts accounted for $5,835.13 
compared to $2.948;50 last year. 

Other divisions were 
organized in the business, 
professional and industrial 
communities. 

The local unit will send 65 per 
cent of the proceeds to the 
American Cancer Society. 



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VirflMa Maeh li ■ youi4, growing city. 

itt Ji i city hMKted t^ • youthful ad- 

" mlMitraUmi; a ^^ of young Maai and 

^QgriM¥iii9pia for tha future. !t It a city 

^tti a haavy population of young paoplo. 

Vat, voiy Uttta li done in Virginia Beach to 

JMOWa^ the young to achieve of to 

^cknowM^ them when they do achieve. 

It wfi for ttiii reaion that the Virginia 
Beach ^n decided to name the city's first 
All'Star Football Team. It is Just one small 
way to recognize and to encourage m- 
com^lahment, to acclaim pride in our 
young people. 

The selection will be as fair and as Just 
as it can possibly be. Coaches fi-om each of 
miAx high schools will nominate by Mcret 
Hot the three best playeni his team has 
icwi during the season, at both offensive 
id dali^nslve positions. The nominees will 
be rated by the coacha in order of selec- 
tion, fIrM, 8ec<md and third. The Sun Sports 
Department, through a point system, will 
tiien determine - the members of the 
Virginia Beach Sun All-Star Football 
Team. All of die nominees wiU be 
recognlzed.^vever, by ranking a second 
tMm poaitil^^ln honwrable mention. 
Praise i^ttsential in the normal 



development of every human being. 
Without it man loses interest, becomes 
apathetic, withers in mind and si^rit. With 
it, he flourishes under self-confidence, as a 
plant fl(Miriah« under the sun; he strives, 
and gains succms. 

Y<»ng pe<q;>le receive little praise. They 
are chastised for their long hair, their bare 
fset, their irresponsibility. They have these 
tilings, (^ course, but they also have much 
m<n«: intelligence, compassion aiui an 
enviaUestrajhtforward love of life. When 
they succeed, it is taken for granted, 
pertiapa Ipiond. Wh«i they stumUe, mr 
fall, they are recognized, but tiie reward 
then is punishment, not praise. 

It is time the community started helidng 
its youttiful citizera. Laws and penalties 
have not corrected die drug problem. 
Praise fw accomplishment, no matter how 
small, might help. It can do no harm. 
Certainly Uiere's everything to gain and 
nothing to lose. And it is sometiiing any 
interested groi^ can do. 

Our young people need, and crave, 
l»'aise and pride. That's what ttie Virginia 
Beach Sun All^tar Football Team is all 
about. 



Zone Three 



City Council faces a tough deci^pirtaUhe 

Ittle Neck-Lynnhaven Land vae Plan 

cause of the perplexing problem of a 

9posed residential development inside 

ie Navy's Zone Three. 

I In Navy language. Zone Three is an area 
' isuitable, b^ause of its proximity to a 
inway or other military operation, for 
imes, schools, churches and hospitals. It 
suitable for nearly any other develop- 
ment, industry, for instance, but the noise 
n\ potential danger of jow-flying jets 
|iak('s it practically uninhabitable for, 
\mH seeking the quiet life. 

The sale of such property to unsuspecting 
t Homeowners is simply asking fOT trouble. 
I Tiie Navy has told the city, repeat^y and 
^emphatically what it can expect.. .an 
?. epidemic of complaints, even group ac- 
|Urun8, which will in the beginning plague 
i> both city and Navy (rfficials. The cries night 
^;evcntually reach Washington where, with 
I; enough pressure, the very existance of the 
^^r station could be (daced in jeopardy. 

The Little Neck-Lynnhaven pUn oi- 
compasses one of the city's fastest growing 
n>sidential areas, including Uie already 
PiannedUnitDevelopment Magic Hollow. A 
proposed extension (tf this PUD inroject 
would bring homes to wiUiin one-half mile 
of the Oceana Air Station's bi»iest runway. 
The Navy obviously is.concemed.^Ml (3ty 
Council Is concerned. Only last mmth 
'leouncil denied an af^lication tor apart- 
'-ments in Zone Three. But as long as the 
land use plan allows fen* hoiaing hi Ae z<8ie, 
^1 will continue to be an t^gravating issue. 

'\^i. The Planning Commission has already 
.mond the daperate pleas of Navy of- 
. ncials to curb this growtti and sent the plan 
-..>lo Council witii its blessings. Council can't 



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bring itself to aiq;)rove it as it now stands. 
The wamii^s are ringing too clear. It was 
deferred ten days ago and it was again 
deferred Monday until, next week's 
meeting. 

Councilman Robert Cromwell had the 
most logical answer when he said the VA 
and FHA should not extend financing into 
Zone Three areas. Witiiout this financing, 
the develqper could ill afford to build m 
such .'voperty. It would be an automatic 
(Mreventive to similar problems in tiie 
future. 

But die Federal Government moves 
slowly aiKl it's doubtful tiiat City Manager 
Ro$«t Scott will be able to determine by 
Monday why such flnancii^ is allowed and 
what, if anyttiing, the VA and FHA plans in 
the future. 

The Planning Department has recom- 
mended a lower density fw the property 
titan originally planned but tills will not 
correct ttie situation. As tiie Navy says, it 
will only mean a thousand comidaints 
Instead (tf two diousand. Tills particidar 
|M*q;)arty shoidd never have been proposed 
or approved for housing. But it was and 
idndsight now does notiiing to help ttie 
decision at hand. 

The effect this matter will have on the 
future must be taken into c(»isideration and 
no one realizes this more thui tiie elevm 
moi sitting mi Council. They fkce a con- 
stant challenge in controlling hou^g 
because of overcrowded schools, ccH^e^ed 
nwds and poor sewage. But tills Issue, 
lltorally the i^yslcal protection of citiwns, 
la Indeed < a complex and broublesom 
dtuation. No one envies Council its 
decision... there is a week-end of soul- 
searching ahead. 



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Excellent Choice 







It was with great pleasure that die many 
%iend8 of %B. •^uW>a" Bayne received 
^we popular Betteh Borou^ Fire Chip's 
r^%pointment to the newly created positicm 
i^ Virginia Beach Fire Chief. 

It was a mMt deserving appointinent and 
ty Manager Roger Scott is to be com- 
ended for looking InW tfie city's own 
ranks for this important position. For tiiose 
who tiave known and respected Bayne for a 
number of years, it came as no surprise 
that Seott said the appointment was made 
>U)ecause Bayne was the most quailHed 
•»toplicant. 

trti 

Hi ynr t ,i \ irginio Beach man to the 
h« ktiows his city as few men do. 






Ottiers may be younger tiian his sixty-two 
years, tnit none can equal his youttiful 
enthusiasm, determination and tiiat vitally 
mcessary experience. 

He has a challenge ahead of him in 
coordinating all of the city's volunteer fire 
departments under one head and to 
prepare tiiem for a city-wide paid fire 
deparbnent. But witii tiiirty-four years <rf 
flre-fighting under his belt, twenty-four oS 
which wer« spent as Fire Chief, he's more 
tiian capable of handling the job. 

"Bubba" Bayne has serv^ his city well 
for many years. Hewill c(mtinue to serve it 
to the very best of his ability. He is. and will 
be. a good Fire Chief. 




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VATE WORLM. By 

Giioham. New Vaifc, 

RMmh and WtaMe, 



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PRIVATB WORLM 
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Auitrii started in NIGHT 
FALLS ON THE CITY and 
c«itlnu«l in A PUCE IN TOE 
COUNTRY. In tlw third novel a 
tariff praiogueitocribtiprevlous 
•vmti ami characttn m that 
Ow rtader may tnjoy thii tH)ok 
in^^imtaitly of Um oUitra. 

Aft« the UitHftwi of World 
War 11, lovm Julia Homburg. a 
celabrattd ViMntsa actrMS. 
and Gforg KCTcnyi, a pubUshn*. 
face tbi adjuitmaoti of 
mtfriage. Both have lustaloed 
pbN^ aM tiBotleaal scats 
awn ttw O^i^a^ of tte dty. 
B<rtl) art stroag-wlUtd and 
•yal^ si w^srtul in tbeir 
pMsMsBa. NsvtthQrrstan to 
Mr prtvals nffld af toaily, 



But the Idyll it slMtttred b%- 
the return to \1enna of a hated S 
S. a^nt who threatens thtlr 
peace of mind ami the lives of 
frttnda. Not until the sillain it 
Mdnapped dramatically from a 
hotpital do the characttn 
return to their private worldi. 

If Mitt Galnbam tetms overly 
preoccupied with Ideological 
ttid intaHec^ud ctmc^Ks. whkh 
tend to ftow the pact, it ia 
btcauat tlwae ideas art ttw 
ssssi^ of the book. 

PRIVATE WORLDS ii 
dlitlaguishtd ia style, 
background, and coottnt, 
parttmiarty in view of die 
^rrsBt rmmni Wttn^ to 
fonBer Natl aetivltits. 

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A P/CTOR/At EDITORIAL 



LETTEItS 

lotlie 
EDITOIt 




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D. C. CUmHT 



Special 
Request 



To the Editor: 

During thMt timea when 
evM7oae is so busy doing their 
"OWN THING" often the word 
"THANK YOU" is neglected. 
Althou^ I am busy dotag my 
"OWN THING", I want to say 
THANK YOU and e^q^ress to you 
and yow staff my deepest 
gratitude and appreciatton for 
publisMng die moat interesting 
letter I ever read....I AM A SICK 
AMERICAN. ThU letter ex- 
preM«a ttw feeUnis, thoughts 
and Ideas of many of us 
Amo'teaiis. 

Please for those who did not 
read die totter, would you 

Sbllah it again, but do give it 
I space it deserves... Hie front 
page ci your Newspapnr, so 
ev«ryone will have a chance to 
set and read this l^er. 

I assure you dils letter will 
become a part of my talks and 
hope othen will use it also. 

I suggest every Priest, 
Minister. Rabbi. Principals of 
all our Scho(^. PrMidtnt of 
tvwy Club. Church ami Civic 
groups makt copies of the tttter 
and diabributes it to every 
dtittn yowg and adult, also 
people could mail copies to 
eva7 Newspaper Editor in our 
country. 

Let it bt known ttu-oi^hout ttit 
Nation Uiat wt art not a stek 
socitty . but sick of thost who art 
trying to dtatroy OUR 
FREEDOM. 

' Thank you for IttUng mt 
shart dw Ittttr I AM A SICK 
AMERICAN Midi my fellow 
man. 

Fajtti. Courage. Lovt. Utdty. 
Mary S. Barraco. 

FOOD FOR THOl'GHT 

Avoid going out (mi a far 
limb which has never been 
tat^ for strengtti. tm <d- 
fers you good reason for 
examination. What 
fascinatas ia not always 
wortii |M%J^- 

-Edrtoteley 



BY CYI^ENE DiAR 



WASHINGTON, D.C. September 14, 1971 - Hie "show and teU" 
day tm d» Kennedy Osnter for the Performing Arts ia paat and the 
cartel's ns wast showpiece is sttUing down to such mundaiw things 
as how to get mors parldng spact, a better system of ticket selling 
and taking care of touriats. 

It WM Gsmelot night when die Centar opened with Leonard 
Bernstein'a Maas. All tiiat was. miaaing was dae^King and his 
Guinevere. The great brnae bust of tiw late President Kennedy 
dominalea the entrance to the Opera Houae where the Mass was 
performed. Hie Kennedy matriarch Rose carried her role aa the 
moat important member of die family present wiUi dignity . She and 
die rest of the family and members <d her son's i^inistration 
showed ttieir endiusiasm and ai^reciadon widi affectionate 
greeting to die composer, die director and Uie large cast. 

U dki not matter whether cridcs were favorable at not. It was a 
night when 2,000 invited guests came for die spectacular opening. It 
wtt a idght of glamor and reuidon to dedicate a memorial to a 
martyred presklent who said: "The life of die arts, far from being 
an intemg>d(Hi, a dlabracdon, in the life of a nation, is very close to 
die centw of a nation's purpose - and is a test of the qualify of a 
nation's civilization." 

Presktont and Mrs. Nixon chose die f (lowing night when Antal 
Dorati, new Director of die National Symphony, cniducted 
Beedioven's Cemsecration of Uie House Overture in die Concert Hall 
of die Center. Mrs. Dwight E^nhoser, die Edward Coxes, and 
opera singer Bftfian Anderson shared die |»«sklendal box. The 
crowd waa more reswrved than the opening night. Many who came 
to see the First Family were diaappointed becauae conducts 
Dorati Inalated everyone be seated before die concert began. 

The third big event, Aftierto Ginaatera's opera Beatrix Cencl, 
was a disappointment to many . It was a lurid, sensuous and violent 
spectecle widi harsh and discordant tones. It is die musfc:al 
(framatization of a perverted Rmnan count living in Uie isdi cen- 
ttffy, and why he shouki be immortalized in opera iai^iard to un- 
derstand. True, it was new. It has had its premiere and given a 
group of eMtUent singers and actors a chance to make Uieir debut 
at die Kennedy Center opening. It never need be beard again u far 
as I sm concerned. It may survive, as did Beedioven's Fidelio and 
much of Debussy's music which was rejected atflrat, 

Handel's Ariodsnte, ^o in its Washington premiere, the 
foUo^ng week vAth soprsno Beverly Sills, was mild and traditional 
as well aadeUghtfuUy mtnical. Ariodante was murdered but not for 
real : be'lived toclaim his bride in a happy ending. 

Itie excitement of di Center's anaugural week is over and fron 
now on ttiert will be die regulars with season tickets and ottien who 
{rick and choose the many events. The American Ballet will be the 
resUenteonqwny but die National Ballet with Margot F^mteyn and 
hsr partner Edward Vlllella will have aperies of periwmances. 
dairs Bloom will star in Ibaen's The 1X41 Hotoe. There will be 
musks, music, musk, from classte to jazz. Peopte will come to try 
out Um three rottfU^ restaurants w^th a range of prices, to eat or 
just look at die view. You all come~it ia wordi it. 



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"Some families can trace 
their ancestry back 800 yean 
but can not tell you where 
their children were last 
night."— Bay Savan. The 
Thtrmopolis (Wyo.) Inde- 
ptndtnt RMord. 

Many folks talk economy, 
but few ha^ tht will to prae- 
tiet It.— WUIa M. JenkiM, 
The HtrmlUfft (Mo.) IndM. 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

Established \nh 

Pago 4 

TKUMOAY, S^TEMBIR Z$, 1071 

A Dear PuhUcation D^Mitd to 

Strving the No^ of tht CUy 

of Viri^M ^fach 



KEEP OFF 

THE 

GRASS 



By W. A. LtaveH I 

I 

i 



Now and d»n I btcone very brave and write a cidumn diat 
shouki be written. Somedmes I write about subjecta diat moat 
writers c<Hisk)er taboo. Thia is cm of tlwae times. 

Let's talk about dogs, man's best friend. We have a dog. Well, he 
doesn't know He ia a dog but we do. Oiff dog is very conaklerato. 
Since we do not have a big house, he leta our Mon share a room widi 
Mm. Of course we all know itis die dog's room. He lets us know that 
over and over. 

When it is dme for our dog to go outskle and use die Ug 
baUuroom under the sky, we open die door and tell him to go do 
what he ia supposed to do and make it quick. If it ia a nlM day we 
put on his leash and he takes us for a walk. 

Our dog is a dachshund and that presents a problem. After a 
good meal his stomach just clears the ground. He can't walk In tall 
grass as he drags and it tickles. He has a favorite place to anawer 
the call of nature, a vacant lot down the street. We have many dogs 
in our neighbwhood and this vacant lot is quite popular. No one 
seems to mind and itdoes come in handy. 

In the area where we live, taking our d(^ fm* a walk to anawer 
the call <^ nature is not a big problem . Of course, if diey ever build a 
house on that vacant lot we will be in trouble. 

What about a dog in a big city? What happens when you don't 
have a vacant lot w a bit of grass by the side of the road ? Tliis very 
probtem is giving many of (wr lai^ cities headaches today. 

Befon you pooh-pooh the Uiought, let me tell you that New York 
City has about SOO.uoodogs. That is half a million dogs. These dogs 
leave about 110,000 POUNDS of solid waste every day on the 
sidewalks, streets «r what little grass they can find. In addition, 
they leave between 2.000 and 3.000 GALLONS of urine. Over a 
year's dme that amounts to the staggering total of up to 40 
MILLION pounds of solid waste and 600,000 to one MILLION 
gallons of urine . 

What happens to all this? For the most part it just stkys where 
Uie dogs leave it. It is a health problem and it has reached the pdnt 
wherejt |»«senU( a real danger. It also presents a real problem for 
thosepeople who try to walk down Uie sidewalk. In some areas with 
higA dog population a trip to the corner is like going dirough the 
obstacle course. 

Medical men say that it is true that on occasion di^ feces cvry 
a larva of a tiny roundworm called Toxocara canis. The worm is 
prevalent in dogs, but when it accidentally gets into a human being 
it finds the surrounding hostile and seeks escape by burroidng 
Uu-ough the body, invading the liver and sometimes the heirt, 
lui^, brain and eyes. Nerve damage and blindness can result. 

Doctors familiar with the infection say there's hardly a Uireatof 
epfaiemic biit they do agree that dogs shouldn't be allowed to relieve 
themselves on or around areas where children play. 

New York has not solved this problem yet but then it has got 
solved many of its other problems. A ni.imber of people are callipg 
for strict V:ws to put a stop to the doggie mess. Since the dogs ab 
not much interested in the law, it y/ill be neceasary fm the ownets 
to be responsible for their pets. 

Some towos are doing somediing. In Nutley, N.J., a town of 
about 33,000 people and 2,000 dogs, they have laws that fine the 
ownNs of dogs that use the sidewalks as outside badirooms. So far, 
only two people have been flned but Uie city officials report it is not 
uncommon to see a dog owner following their dog with a piece of 
cardboard and a bag just in case. 

In New York, someone wrote into a newspaper and offered a 
suggestion. They said when any New Yorker sees a dog foul die 
sMewalk they should rush up to the owner, not the dog, grab him or 
her by die neck and push the owiwr's nose into the doggie's mess. 
Then he shouki beat the owner abCHit the head widi a newspaper 
and shout "No. no, naughty owner, mustn't do that! " 

To those of us who live in small towns it might not seem like such 
a big thing but just think, 40,000,000 pounds of doggie doe a year en 
Uie sidewalks of New Y<»-k. It woiJd take over 26 2-ton truck loads a 
day just to haul it away. I am glad our dog doesn't want to live in a 
laige city . As loi^ as he is happy where we are we will sure stay out 
of New York. 

That's a doggie town. 

Signs Still Fall 
Second To Tennis 



We hate to ke^ coming back 
to the same old toinis question 
of several weeks ago, but how |n 
the world can you avoid it when 
you are swamped with 
responses? It's reaching the 
point that no matter what tiie 
question is, tiie best response is 
a vehement YES, we want 
Virginia Beach to be a Tennis 
Center. 

Anyway, what it's all about is 
another of Uiose now familiar 
and most welcome petitions 
fr(Mn the tennis players who 
endorse the proposal that 
Virginia Beach go all out to 
develt^ and promote a full- 
fledged tennis facility. They 
believe it will be a great asset to 
Uie tourist business. It will be a 
pretty good deal for local 
playoY, too. 

llie Tennis Patrons and otho* 
entiiusiasts continue to go all out 
on tills proJMt and it jtat goes to 
show what can be done whm 
citizens band together toward 
one main cause. The first 
tmirnament has be«i scl^uled 
at 25Ui Strttt tiie first week-end 
in Oct<rt>er, Mnging in some of 
the area's top tennis |riay«-s. 

Governor Unwood Holton has 
been invited to attend (The Stm 
edltmr evm s«it along a note 



urging him to attend) and it 
could be the start of sometiiing 
big. 

nils week's petition Inrought 
in an additional 65 names. That 
brings the t(^al up to...u-m-m- 
m. .let's see.. ..we've tost count; 
will have to put the tally in next 
week's paper. But, it's way wp 
there, tiiat's for sure. 

Now, back to tills week's 
question: "Should the City be 
allowed to pass an ordinance 
which would make it unlawful 
for any signboard, even existing 
ones, to stand if it does not 
conform with the new sign or- 
dinance?" 

It was n(H unanimous, as we 
expected. One reader sent in a 
"No" responae; perhaps the 
owno* of a signboard Mmself. 
The response was moderate but 
«iou|^ to diow that the sign- 
board issue is far frcmi dead. 

Tlie Zone lliree iasue is pretty 
well «(piained in an ediUnrial on 
tills page. Houses In such an 
area could possibly jeopardize 
tiie very existance of the Oceana 
Naval Air Station. But should it 
be tiie aty's respomibUlty to 
prohibit construction of housing 
in Ztme Tiu-ee. Your oi^ona 
„....and comments.. ..will be 
eagerly awaited. 



SUN SURVIY 



QUESTION: Should tha City asaumt 
the responsibility of prohibiting hous- 
ing oonatructlon in the Navy's Zona 
ThfM adioining Ooaana Naval Air Sta- 
tion? 



Year csaaaati aol slgiad IsfNrs vaelg Is 
apf rsttoMi ^, 

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THURSDAY, SEl»TEMBER 23, 1971 



Garden Cluhi 



Green Thumb 
Activities 



THOROUGHGOOD 



The September meeting ot the Thoroughgood Garden Club was 

held in the home of Mrg. M.W. Thorpe on Whitethorne Road. Mrs. 

John S. BeviUe and Mn. F.A. Manning assisted Mrs. Thorpe. 

^oi^e Baker, curator of the Norfolk Botanical Gardens, spoke 

'^[^ what to do in ttie Fall. He suggested mulching leaves instead of 

buriiing Qiem to combat air pdlution. 

"Late Summer", informal mass arrangements using late 
summer flowers, was the theme for artistic arrangements. Blue 
ribb(»)s were won by Mrs. Manning and Mrs. Lyman H. Hammond, 
Jr. Those members receiving blue ribbons for horticulture 
specimens were Mrs. C.L. Owens, Mrs. H.M. Jordan and Mrs. 
Manning. 

Hie club voted to make a donation to the Olive Birmingham 
Culpenwr Memorial Rose Garden at Red Wing Park. The late Mrs. 
Culpepper was a charter member of the club and a past president. 

Plans were discussed for the annual Holiday House to be held 
this year on December 4 and 5 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
M(NTisette on Arrowhead Point, Thoroughgood. 

Mrs. Harry J. Oldford, a past president, was a special guest at 
the meeting. She is visiting her mother and father, Capt. and Mrs. 
S.L. Denty on Thwougl^ood Drive. Mrs. Oldford makes her home 
in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 



LYNNHAVEN COLONY 



The season opened for Uie Lynn Haven Colony Garden Qub with 
a talk by Mrs. Malcolm Todd, Jr., at the home of Mrs. B. W. 
Williams, 2224 Lynn Road. Co-hostess was Mrs. Ann MurreU. 

Mrs. Todd gave a lesson on oral judging and presented eight •^. 

blue ribbixB for arrangements and 10 blue ribbons for horticulture. :!:; 

dub members voted to purchase crepe myrtles to be planted in ;:•: 

the Colony area. 

Mrs. Margaret Bridges was a guest. / 




1 King's Grant GC Tours 

Back Bay Wildlife Refuge 



King's Grant Garden Club, never one to do things in <ntliiiary 
routine fashion, pulled another winner in its first meeting of the 
season. The members donned their beach clothes, and in the 
salubrious atmosphere of sun, sand and surf, ate their lunches In 
the Sandbridge jMcnic area and then proceeded with the business of 
the day. 



Mrs. Janet Werndli presided and introduce new members Mrs. 
Charles Hawkins, Mrs. Thomas Howe, Mrs. Gary Bellamy and 
Mrs. George Garbok. Repwtedly they were all delighted with the 
unusual setting. Mrs. J. E. Gros explained the club's special 
project for the year. CaUed DISTAR, it's a program to help and 
teach pre-school children at Seatack. 



Afterwards, the members drove to Back Bay National Wildlife 
Refuge, Here, assistant manager Robert Pacific took ttwm on a 
tour of the area, and here, they were fascinated with mounted 
species of some 250 migrating birds that find sanchiary In the 
Refuge. 



So impressed were the women that Oiey vowed to make the 
preservation of the Refuge a special effort of thdr club. 



Five-year-old Nancy Pacific lives close to nature on the 
Refuge, where her daddy is assistant manager. Here she 
points to the famed snow goose. 



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LINKHORN PARK 



Mrs. J. James Davis presided at the first meeting of the 
Linkhom Park Garden Qub for the new season. It was held at the 
Capes Beach and Cabana Club. 

Committee heads for the 1971-72 year were announced: Mrs. 
Jack Harvey and Mrs. J. Wesley Clemens, social chairmen; Mrs. 
David A. O'Connor and Mrs. Oscar Beavers, publicity; Mrs. T. W. 
AmmoM, Year Bock, Mrs. Pern C. Hartman, horticulture; Mrs. 
E. A. Sanborn, beautificatlon; Mrs. Earl VoweU, development; 
MiB. L. R. Cole and Mrs. John C. Wool, Sr., telephone; Mrs. 
Emersm Planck, librarian and historian. 

Also: Mr». H. Leslie Lamm, scrap book; Mrs. N. R. Schenk, 
ways and means; Mrs. Thomas J. FoUary and Mrs. A. H. Phillips, 
.special decorations; Mrs. Charles A.. Coleman, representative to 
Council; Mrs. E. W. Elver, parliamentarian. 



LYNNHAVEN 
AFRICAN VIOLET SOCIETY 

T1»e monthly meeting of Uie Lynnhaven African Violet Society 
was bekl at the home of Mrs. E. A. Dawson. Mrs. C. L. Hershberger 
conducted a questim and answer program on the African Violet 
Handbook tar Judges and Exhibitors. 

S|)eclmen awards were won by Mrs. Harry Billips, Mrs. Carl 
Sallami and Mrs. Nelson Charlton. Mrs. C. W. Diggs and Mrs. 
Henhberger won awards on arrangements. 




Text and Photos 

By 

^den CriBt 



* And Away We Go!* 



:$ Into a sturdy truck pile the garden clubbers for a tour of the wide expanse of the Back Bay 
;$ National Wildlife Refuge, after a thorough briefing by Robert Pacific, assistant manager, 
|i shown in the photo on the right. 



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At The Cavalier 

Business Women 
Organize Club 



Cape Henry | 
Shores GC Meet ^ 





Beauty eomet la raray torm»-4B the p«c«M «teg 
^read of the moonted waterfowl; In Jaaei Weratt, 
garden clnb prei ident. 



)Simii-i'ii^i^y>i'^i'^^^^^^ 



Health Training 
Programs Available 



To Students 



The Health Information 
Center has identified 64 
educational or training 
I»-o0rams for health occif>ation8 
In southeastern Virginia. Local 
students have a wide variety of 
training opportunities in the 
health flekl, ranging from short 
term on-the-job training to 
coUe^ate programs requiring 
four or mwe years to complete. 

Several training programs 
require a high school educatiMi 
to qualify for admission, but 
some of these will accept 
eqiavalent experience for entry. 
Included hi this are: food ser- 
vice worker, certified 
homemaker assistant, orderly, 
c^ social welfare technician. 
These on-the-job training 



mMmmummtimimm 



Virginia Beach has been 
selected by the American 
Business Women's Association 
as the next city in wiiich a 
chapter wiU be installed by Mrs. 
Mildred Nelson, Field Executive 
of the Association. Mrs. Nelson, 
win recently arrived frcxn tte 
organization's National 
Headquarten In Kansas City, 
Missouri, explains that the 
purpose (rf the Association is: 

"To etevate the social and 
business standards of women in 
business by uniting them 
nationally for training designed 
to make tlwm more efficient, 
more considerate,, and mM% 
cooperative toward their work, 
their employers, and their 
empl<^re' custMners, ttereby 
Increasing their earning ability, 
succcM, and hapfrfnMs." 

Nationally, the Association, 
which is in its Snd year, has 
more that 960 chapters and a 
nwmbenhip of more than 55,000 
toinMS women in lewiing cities 
tturoi^aut the United Stat« 
Des^ned to help women ad 
vance in the iMsiness world, 
ABWA it nonunion, non 
l|Wftl|WflWlilllllM\Mi^ 



sectarian, and nonpoUUcal, and 
will not overlap other business 
groiqi>s, since it is an educational 
association rather than a club. 
Members are admitted on an 
invitational basis and mem- 
bership is confined to women 
ik: lively engaged in business 
and professions. 

The official publication of the 
Association includes articles on 
letter writing, grammar, 
speech, proper grooming, and 
personality emphasis. Other 
constructive features benefit 
ABWA members who are 
selected from professions, 
private industries, and the 
government. 

Monticello Charter Chapter, 
Norfolk, which was established 
February 24, 1W3, is aponsorir^ 
the chapter in Virginia Beach. 
T1» Mw chapter will hdd 
monthly dinner meeting, at 
wWch time membere will be 
idUted edtKationally, socially, 
and culturally, says Mrs. 
MIMred Nelson, who is now 
holding Interviawi at the 
Cava 111 ' 



Cape Henry 9iores Garden 
Club heW its first FaU meeting 
last week at the home (rf Mrs. 
R(A)ert R. Scott. It was a chance 
for new members to become 
acquainted and for yearly plans 
to be discussed. 

Officers of the cliA are Mrs. 
James A. 'Thomas, president; 
Mrs. Robert V. Smith, vice 
president; Mrs. Robert R. Scott, 
secretary; Mrs. C. Stewart 
Colee, treasurer. 

i Births 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hugh 
WatUngton, son. 

Mr, & Mrs. Jan^ AUen 
McGuire, scm. 

Mr. 4 Mrs. Robert Oran 
Randall, dai«hter. 
: Mr. 4 Mrs. Roderick Gene 
Knlpes, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Eddy ArnoW 
Gmner, daughter. 

Mr & Mrs. William Harvey 
Williams. Jr., sM. 

Mr * Mre. DonaW Stephen 
Zea^r, daughter. 

Mr. & Mre. Gordon Wyatt 
Rutland, Jr.. son. 

Mr & Mre Janws Hei»y 

Ci»B, s<«. _ 

Mr 4 Mre. Gerald ^ncer 

Dotterer, son. 



Anger, Bad Temper 
Can Be Damaging 

By Rev. Joyce Kramer 

Have you ever sak), "I have a bad temper? It's just the 
way I am " We do not Ji»t have a bad temper, we are not just 
that way. 

Anger, expressed through a bad temper, U a matter of 
what we are chooaing. Anger Is a habit that has a damaging 
effect upon ooB '8 whole pereooaUty. It Impaln our aWUty to 
make logk^. ieMlbte judgments and dedsions^^er 
damages family and social reUUonshliiB and is likely to 
handkap ane% career. 

ftrhaps an even mwe dai«erous effect of angw Is i«>on 
one's health. Ai«er has definite effects iqxm the body and its 
ftuictimi. Pentotod In ov«r a kK^ period of tbne, angv can 
cawe lutii« damage to ttw body IMf . 

Ut ui give IV the self -destructive pattern shown by a bad 
temper. 



GODS SPIRIT OF PEACE, CALMNESS AND 
SERENITY ENAM.ES ME TO HANDLE WISELY THE 
FRUSTRATIONS OF UFE. 



progranu provide the op- 
portunity to "earn wMla yea 
ksarn." 

Other occifiation, such a» t 
medical secretary, (^enttiif 
roran teclniciaiiB, of oertUed 
laboratory assistant reqoire 
high school educatiw j^vi 
additional special traialng - 
wMch takes ftom 6 months to m 
yean. TtMO programa often 
inclute oo-the-j(^ training alio. 

Educational (^pportwrities ta 
the nursing field are par- 
ticularly abundant in 
souUieaatem Virtfnia, wiUi » 
sepiarate programs avaUabla. 
Hvning off*re a variety ot 
educational progranu on dtf- 
ferent tevels. each witti Mi own 

distinctive purposes and 
characteristics. Practical 
nureing (LPN) usually nmkm 
about 1 year of. t^*"^- 
Professional nursing (RN) 
programs generally are of thna 
types: the associate d^M. 
diploma, and baccalatffeite 
degree programs. 

biterested hi denttetry? 1* 
takes 3 yeare of college plm i 
years of dental school to 
{H-actke dentbtry In Vi^gtaia. 
Other careere hi dentistry ia- 
cliKle: dental assistant and 
dental Unratory technielaB. 
which reqidre 2 yean of cdkge 
plus on-the-job training. DmIbI 
hygteniste need 2 to 4 yan of 
college, obtaining either an 
imodate or bachelor's 



There are oumeroui 
heallllP^areer preffMM 
available in Tidewater. »e 
Health Iitfamuttoo OHiter Mm 
detalled| ItformaUon m llMt 
mentioMd here and Mtf^ 
irthera.j J<^ dw» lptl m, 

scholan^p infer matte Ito 

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THE VIRQINtA BEACH SUN 



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THURSDAY, 8F.PTiMBiR 23, 1971 



iMNmNMIiMMtlliltMlMMtMMMtMiil 






'Round 

i 

About 



the Beaeh { 



Criw Womm's Charm Course 



An idvanoMi ^trm ind mIm ooutm for eirttr womtn will bi 
Nld It Mttiu Tewm omfli BuUdlnf^iflmiiif StpUmbtr aa, 
tfm TiOO to liK p,m. Tht olui wilTMiMI Tutidiy tvtninii for 
-four wtfkii 

Th« Initryoter will bt Mn. Vtoky Randan, aftney dlroctor of 
John Robwi Powm Moddtnf and Ftnlihlnf Sehoti. 

1lM oourN will includi luoh toplci ai pmmal fif urt analyaii, 
pinonil wardrobt j^anmng, buatntu and eonv«PNUonal ehirm, 
advanofd ooimtUe ap^ioatlm and pwimal haintylt analyiis, 

l^r^irtNr informatim and rtfUtration, call tha Virginia Beach 
aty l>ubHe k)»oli Diitributlva Education Sarvlet. 



Jhoroughgood GC 




Mtrnban siMwroufhiood Oardan aub art anticipating tha 
annual eookoorwi yaar to ba htld Oetobar S at tht homo of Mr. 
and Mn. Lao Turnar , 4313 Sandy Bay Drive, Baylaka Pinai. 




Kennel Club Sets 
All-Breed Match 



Va. School Boards 



tfia lITt Annual Convantion of tht Virfinia School Boards 
AHooiatton \^1 bt hold Oetobar 7.9 at tha Hotol John Manhali, 

Dr. John H. Niamtytr, praiidmt of Bank Street College, New 
Y«4i, will preiant the Keynote addreii. 

RaiwvaUoni may bt made by writing or calling the Hotd 
Manhall. 



Languxfod Seniors 

light Uufwood CoUtf t NiUon from Virginia Btach are doing 
eight woalM of itudant taaehlng. 

During thia final phaM of thtir ttaehtr training thty are undtr 
thadtrtetten of a ieeal iub)tet4natttf ttaehtr working ckMtly with 
Ungwoed (heulty mtrnban and luptrviaors Arom tht coUege'i 
dapaHiBtnt of education who make fNqutnt viitta to tht artaa of 
itudtnt taaohlng. 

Ttaohing at the elementary ichool level art: Chrlitlna Graham 
Mill! (fifth grade) • Walton Elementary School. Prince George 
Gounty ; IhiUty Hncoait Parry (third grade) - Payne Elementary 
School, Lynchburg; Candiee Anne Caiey (lecond grade) • Bon Air 
BltmtRtaiy iehtol; and Ual^ Carol Strviti (iteond gradt) • 
BtRilty Efamtntary School. Chtattrfltid County. 

Tenia Allan Itaman it ttaehii^ muiie tdueatlon at Uktaidt 
Eltmtntary School and Htrmitage High School in Henrico County. 

TMohing at tht high lehool Itvti art: Jtaniftr Ann Brown (homt 
eoonomiei) and Oayle Ann Hughti (Aratrieao hialory) - Princt 
Gtoift High School: and Dtborah Morrii dark (physical 
education) • Manehtater HighJchool, ChetterfltHi Cotnty. 



Sfar Of The SesL Women 



star of tht Sta Women's Council will hold a matting Stptember 
» at IliN a.m., foUowad by luncheon at the Ocean Hearth 
Rtitaurant. , 

Mn. Linda Hargan wUl give a wig dtmonitration; Mn. Ltt 
O'Brtan will model. 

1^ matttiv ii planned ai a locial in which it's hoped tht womtn 
wtll.ba«Oint aequainttd and diicun their goala and obJtcUvti for 
tht doming ytar, 

Mn.Fatrt6ia Xtnntdy will prttidt. Strving with Mn. Kennedy 
as offiean tMa ymr an Mn. Dorothy Bog dan, vice president: Mn. 
Eunice Warmtn. itcond vlct prtiidtnt; Mn. Mary Otan, 
corraipondiui laeretary; Mn. Margaret Robtrtaon, recording 
atentaryi Mn. Virginia Forbes, trtasurar: Mn. Frances Lian- 
aena, hiiterian. 

Commtttat chiirmm an Mra. Mary Barrao). Mn. Jane 
Bejmi, Mn. Buaan Davis. Mn. Patricia MoOlinchy, Mrs. Marie 
Standing. Mn. Carol wuiiams. 

Raiorvatiofia nay be made with Dot Bogdan, 428-6443: Mary 
Bafraeo. 4IS49SS^«t Kennedy. 428^u. 



Mn. Patricia Mikktlson shows some of the aides which 
she uses in the Reading Readiness program. 

Reading Readiness 
School Program 
Seeks Volunteers 



U.OfVa. Echob Pmgram 

B^ty^ont outstanding high school graduatts. a third of thtm 
women, an involved in tht Univtnity of Virginia's Echols 
Schelan pregrim thia faU. ThoH from tha Btach an Charles S. 
ColtmMi, Iruet H. Dttmtr and Linda K. Horan. 

Undar ^ lehoU program, bagim in 1980. tht scholan an 
«mhpt tnm maiqr ipMlflc course requinmmts. taking install 
aei^ ff itmaat« cwne in three broad areas re^wenting 
auMMiM^ and At scitncts, hlst<H7 and tht social sciencM. 
andlha flM arti and humaiOtias. 



Mothers of schoo"' children, 
and especially first griiders, owe 
a debt of gratitude to volunteers 
such as Mrs. ME. (Patricia) 
Mikkelson. Not that Pat would 
dream of expecting gratitude: 
"After all, the beauty of being a 
volunteer is that she wants to be 
where she is, and doing what 
she's doing," she says 

Pat's a volunteer tytor in the 
Beach's Reading Readiness 
program. It's proven highly 
successful since it was in- 
troduced into the 34 elementary 
schools two years ago. 

Designed to help children in 
three areas: Visual training, 
grou motor coordination and 
reading readiness, the program 
depends, to a large extent, upon 
the willing volunteer. Some 30 
women gave of their services 
last year. 

Who is the volunteer? Miss 
Patricia King, reading super- 
visor, says there are no 
educational requirements, but 
there an two requisites: "The 
volunteer must have a love of 
people and be reliable. Our 
children are crushed when a 
volunteer fails to show up for her 
appointmmt. " 

Pat Mikkelson rates high in 
both qualifications. And she has 
an acMed incentive as well: Her 
son. Jeffrey, 7, is a child with a 
visual and motor coordination 
problem and a normal capacity 
for learning. 

"Jeffrey's doing beautifully 
He's now in his second year at 
the Tidewater Rehabilitation 
Institute." 

Before he entered the school. 
Pat and Jeffrey drove 80 miles 
daily or two round trips to the 
Diagnostic Ad^ustive and 



Correction Center in Port- 
smouth. 

"I am so grateful for 
everything that people have 
done for us that the least I can do 
is help these other children." 

The rewards are fantastic. 
Pat confessed it's really an ego 
booster the way the children 
come to love you and look for- 
ward to seeing you for their two 
or three hours one morrdng a 
week that the volunteer spends 
with them. 

Pat helps children in the field 
of gross motor training and 
visual perception. 

"These youngsters with 
normal learning capacity 
perceive the world*^*fferenOy 
than we do. Theji'rt like a 
camera out of focus-the 
message comes across 
scrambled." 

Patiently and with repitition 
they are taught to adjust and 
there is no pressure, no passing 
nor failing in the correctional 
classes. 

' "And if their problem is 
caught early they can most 
always be cured. These are the 
children who used to Im a 
problem in school, but now we 
look on them as children with a 
problem," she said. 

The entire Mikkelson family: 
husband, Mervin, a master chief 
stationed at Dam Neck; Joseph, 
14, Jennifer, 5 and Jeffrey help 
Pat cut and paste the materials 
with which she instructs her 
little charges. 

And the percentage of 
children entering first grade 
who need help is increasing 
alarmingly. 

Miss King advances the 
theory that in the modern home 





A Gift For The ^)eaka- 



Mrs. Paul L. Homsher is happy with her silk scarf, a ^ft 
from the Cape Henry Woman's Oub. Mn. Homsher, 
Tidewater District, third vice preaident, and Junior 
Director, spoke on Club Structurt at last week's matting 
at the Harboiu* Rtitaurant. CItih prtaldtnt, Mrs. C. Eart 
Evans, standing, and Mra. Clartnct Groctman, fta*it vice 
president are to tht left of Mra. Homsher. Hoiteiiea were 
Mrs. J. J. Bashler, Mrs. R. R. Romulus and Mn. Ray 
Halstead. 



1 0. Brown and hU West HlghUnd White Te. .ler 



The Virginia Beach Kennel 
Club will hold its second All- 
Breed Fun Match September 26 
at the Princess Anne Hunt on 
London Bridge Road. Entries 
will be taken on the grounds 
from 10:00 to 11:30 the morning 
of the match and jutting will 
begin at 12:30 p.m. 



Competitlm is open to all pun 
bred dogs that are ragistored 
with the ^erican Kennel Clid> 
or are eligible to be ngist«-ed. 
There are classes for puppies 
from S - 6 montha; 6 - 9 months 
and 9 - 12 montha. Classes for 



adult dogs will be from 12 - 13 
months and over 18 months. 
Breeds will be divided by sex 
and puppies will not compete 
with adult dogs. 

Entry fee for the event is $1.50 
for one dog and $1.00 for each 
additional dog. 

Judges for the match are Lt. 
Col, Robert Booth of Poquoson, 
Mrs. Paul Hayes of Newport 
News. Kenneth L. Bridges of 
Virginia Beach, Thomas E. Hay, 
Jr.of Richmond, Mrs. Robert M. 
Henry of Yorktown, Mrs. H, A. 
Woodle of Midlothian and Peter 
A. Mediate of Virginia Beach. 




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grandmother is no longer there. 
"It was she who used to nad to 
the child before he entwed 
school and teach him, for in- 
stance, what an ankle is, or his 
Wft from his right. But now TV 
has become the baby-sitter 
because parents are often too 
busy to faie available." 

For volunteen such as Pat 
MikkelsM, it means the giving 
of spare houn after putting in a 
day's work at Maureen's Wig 
Boutique. But Pat says, "The 
whole Pribram is so new and so 
exciting, I wouldn't miss it for 
the world." 

If you can give a few hmtn one 
morning per week, Miss King 
will be htp^ to hear from you 
at 427-4373. Mrs. Earl Willis 
coordinates the program. Miss 
Patricia House is curriculum 
assistant. 

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Aknton Thais GC 



Hit Alantm Traila Gardao Clt;^ met recently at tin iam% of 
ibt. R« W. Xaaka fw a "mad batter eov«ed dtab Itmcheen and 
itfim Nt^<" ^ K. H, DuBoii wai eo-bostais. 

UUi nail," enatad torn frert ftowws, fruit and vagetaUaa, 
wtnimMtd taf tbatar di^fDan. lit blui ribbon wiantr vai Mn. 
tt. i. Wrmm, 'mm Mm iIMmm vara awards to Un. IteroU 
VlmhUiM tea IwttHten aiMbtta. 

^ O m itt»M to db wl m • iiorti thia yaar toirard land- 

biaalMtAto iw BMNttl ^Mia or^iardMi (%iba HANDS 



Mn. iNVk RmM. was wtlcMBtd to the diA. 
. villa baM at VZPOO Md att lattiffa a 
iHOB ^F 9^^ #a Cwrai. BOtta 



Sizemore, 
Lattuca 
Wedding 



The marriage of Miss Trudy 
Ashbum Sizemore and Samuel 
Carl Lattuca took' place 
Sept«nb«- 4 at 12 noon at Star 
Ot the Sea Church, The Rev 
Antony Justs officiated 

Tht bride is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward N 
fisemore, Jr.. The groom is the 
sm of .Mr and Mrs. Profrio 
Lattuca of Derby. New York 

Hm bride wore a short, white 
silk gown. Empire styled, 
trimmed with white lace and 
small pink sweetheart roses. 

Mr Slzemort gave his 
daughter in marriage Mrs. 
Kmneth W Webber was her 
sister's matron of Honor. 

William K Scott was best 
man. Tht ivhers were Ralph W, 
Sane of New York City and 
^uart N. Sizemore. brother of 
At bride 

A reception was held m the 
home of the Wdes parents. 
After a wedding trip to San 
Francis«) and Las Vegas, the 
»Mple wiU live in Qiarleston, 
Wait Virgnia. 





MfB. SttRttd Lirttucft 



PanU are terrlflc.but knickers an bette! BtMuae tbtry dww 
off those pretty legs you hata to hide! C<mw see eitt gnat e*^ 

kKtlon...in flatttrini styles tot girto id aO a^ 

(I) Joshua Tree Knickers and Bolffo. Ew y ' tlWi ' Puly ss tet . Kef- 
al Blue, Pecan, or ruschla. SisM 5 to 18. ^S 

(b) Oirl's Knickers with Military Tunte and Matching Pleattd 
aiirt...by Ruth of California. WaAaMe Pblyesttr. Camel 
with Red IVim, SIsas 7 to 12. SS2 

IF SHE'S ONE OF A KIND... 
SHE'S ONE OF OURS. 

ROSE HALL SHOPS 

Military Cireto; Mon..ftit. 10 a.m. to 10 p.B. 
3138 Vs. Beach Blvd. ; Mon. Ik FrL 10 a.a. to I 
Tim. ttaru tet. 10 a.m. to S p,m. 

Cb«^ It with BankAmertcartl, Maii» Ca«fi, w Can^ Omft-MimA 



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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 197$ 




VJRQINIA BEACH SUN. 



Opposes Charter Change 



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Counci 




Scholarship Winners 



Two of the eight Tidewater Association of 
Home Builders Scholarship Foundation 
awards thit year went to Virginia Beach 
students. Robert Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Iliomas Jefferson Saul, who will attend 
Virginia Wesleyan College, and William 
Day Fairchild III, son of Mr. and Mrs. 



William Day Fairchild Jr., who will at- 
tend Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 
Pictured at the presentation were TAHB 
President Bernard Kroil: Saul Foun-, 
da tlon Chairman Howard M. Weisberg; 
Fairchild; and TAHB Vice President 
Edward P. Brogan. 



Republican Smatniai can- 
didate jM^h Canada asked 
Mayor Donald H. Rhodes and 
City Council to not su|;q;>ort one 
(rf the recommendations of the 
Mayor's Pact Finding Com- 
mittee. 

In a letter to Rhodes, Canada 
said; 

"I was shocked to read in the 
Norfolk Ledger-SUr that the 
Mayor's Fact Finding Com- 
mittee allegedly has concluded 
that we should abolish School 
Bond Referendum and turn to a 
system of long term bonds 
issued solely by the School 
Board and City Council." 

"Such a movement, it is my 
opinion, would require a change 



in Om City Charter wMch is an 
act of the General AaaemUy," 
"It Is my c^nion that such a 
movemmt would be an injustice 
to the tax paym of Virginia 
Beach, and as a candidate for 
the Eighth Senatorial District 
scat, I would not support such a 
movement in the General 
Assembly and would fight any 
attempt to take such powers 
away from the people. 

"Over the years, the citizens 
of Virginia BMCh have right- 
fully shown great support for a 
jHibliceducation syit«n. whileat 
the same time, they have been 
objMtive enoi^h to refuse to 
blindly si^port bond Issuances 
that they consider to be 



questionable." 

"Virginia Beach voters and 
taxpayers hava-discharged their 
responiibUtty well In regards to 
public education, and I do rwt 
feel that the right to approve 
school and issues should be 
taken from the voters." 

"I am hopeful that you and 
other members <rf the City 
Council would see the mistake in 
such a move and not support this 
recommendation of your 
committee, as it was depicted in 
die press today." 



Three out of every four 
tons of freight move at one 
time or another by truck. 



Members of the Virginia 
Beach Safety Council Tuesday 
moved toward finaliiatlmi of 
plans for 'A "Seat Belt Safety 
Campaign", 

Charles Elsele. Jr . campaijpj 
director, indicated the cam- 
paign will be designed to 
disseminate Information to 
virtually all areas of Virginia 
Beach. This will be ac- 
complished, Elsele pointed out, 
through distribution of printed 
material and presentation of 
special programs to many of the 
business firms of the city and 
through the city's public school 
system , 

The campaign will be held 
during October but definite 
dates have not been announced. 

M. T, Holland, director Of tiie 
City's Fire Prevention Bureau, 




I 



aign 




r«nlnded coumU „, 
the forthromlM 
Prevenlfon Vfitk" 

HollamI pointed oitl tt^ 
event will fail dltfjii a 
which includes ^ W 
niversaryofthe"^li|i 
fire ' on Oct. 8, 1171. 

He cautioned aplMtaM I 
of many people teOttai 

large amotmU irf ,„ 

material in small, m 
areas in relatiff»|tfp |« 
Chicago fire. 

Holland stated ^t| , 
vestigators have ei(tbll««|)i 
fact that the hM^ -dMMMI 
inflicttd on the City of CMmmE' 
including the ioii gf ^ 
estimated 2(X) iivw, rtWUfii 
from fires spreadlaf fi^ 
building to buUcUni, fttf |v 
combustible materiato. 







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Create Jobs To 
Fight World Hunger 



BY ANN WINN 

SUN WASHINGTON BUREAU 

r 

Rome - There's a new 
keyword for fighting world 
hunger. It's unemployment. 

The green revolution brought 
about by the new miracle rice 
and other high-yidding grains is 
{laying its part in feeding the 
world's exj^oding population 
But the experts at the United 
Natics Food and Agriculture 
Organization here tielieve now 
that their most urgent and nost 
difficult problem is the lack of 
jobe in underdeveloped nations. 

The 3,000 FAO staff members 
advising 119 member nativ.is on 
economic development 
problems are headquartered 
herein handsome white marble 
buildings designed to house 
Benito Mussolini's office of 
territories, when that Italian 
dictator dreamed of an overseas 
empire. 

The atb-active rooftop terrace 
and «Sning room afford an ex- 
citii^ view of Rome's most 
famous landmarks, the Roman 
forum, the Palatine Hill and the 
Baths of Caracalla, with the 
dome of St. Peter's in the distant 
background. 

The various confereice rooms 
are attractively decorated with 
Persian carpets, Indonesian 
wood panels. East European 
wall hangings or other 
characteristic furnishings given 
by the member nations 

The work there now em- 
l^sizes the first world wide 
attack on unemployment, as the 
FAO staff faces "this problem of 
stunning proportions": 

* Nearly 70 percent of the 
people in the developing world 
depend on agriculture for their 
livelihood. 

* At least one-half of these 
today are unemployed or un- 
deremployed. 

* If present rates of population 
^owth continue, in the year 1985 
some 880 million people wUi be 
crowded into the rural areas of 
Asia alone which are today 
already overaowded with 650 
million. By the peak year of 
20S0, the rural Asian population 
wUl leap to 2.8 biilioa 

* By 198S, only 14 years from 



now, the developing countries 
will require nearly 2-1/ 2 times 
as much food aa 1962. 

* Seeds of violence are all too 
apparent as the masses in 
developing countries struggle to 
escape poverty and ther^we 
crowd into shantytowns and 
hotbeds of unrest in the cities 
seeking jobs. 

""Fhe^future of the developing 
world /is largely a question of 
what it can do about its 
agriculture," summarizes FAO 
Director General Addeke H. 
Boerma of The Netherlands. 

FAO recognizes that the 
solut.'ons to problems , of 
population control and a more 
rapid increase in off-farm jobe 
may lead beyond the boundaries 
of its chief cci'icerns. For 
example, FAO is developing 
jointly with the International 
Labor Organization research 
projects on rural emidoyment. 

FAO's Indicative World Flan 
f OT Agricultural Devetopment is 
an unprecedented effort to 
analyse the main issues facing 
agriculture in the 1970's and 
early iseo's and to set targets 
and objectives. 

Yet many delegations, in 
shaping the plan, called 
unemidoyment prc^lems "the 
major ttveat to social stability 
in the world as a whole" and 
considered the Plan's unique 
emphasis on "this grim 
problem" as one of its major 
contributions. 

And (telegates at the Second 
World Food Cmgress last year 
in The Hague recognized that 
"at every stage of preparation 
and im^ementatibh of national 
developmeitt programs special 
attention would need to be gven 
to empioymmt imi^ications." 

The unsophisticated 
leadership of an underdeveloped ' 
nation may seek the prestige of 
owning its own jet airline when 
what is really needed is more 
jobs for agricultural workers. 

Moreover, the obvious 
scdutions - population planning 
and creation of jobs outside 
agriculture - will not openie 
fast enough, Dr. Boernu warns. 

"Most of what can be done 
over the next decade and a half 
to meet the crisis will have to be 
done where the crisis exists • on 
the land itself," according to Dr. 
Boorma. "Undoubtedly the beat 



Lights To Go Out 
At Va. Beach Jr. High 



Virginia Beach Junior High 
Scimi Field will soon be in the 
dark. 

At Tuesday's meeting, the 
School Board agreed to 
negotiate with Virginia Beach 
Little League, Inc. for removal 
of the lighto after a contractor 
advised that the poles were 
polOTtially dangerous. 

The Board said it would make 
ttie bnt deal possible witlj the 
League and ttiat hopefully there 
Wotdd be no cost to the city. The 
LeagiM will have use of the 
llghU on land that the Navy has 
^ovided off Harpers Road, 
iceording to Walter Rein, Little 
Laagiw (^-esldent. 

"We heanJ that the poles had 
beei condemned so we wr«^e ttie 
Sebooi Board asking for the 
li^ta," mn said. 

At ttie meeting, the Board 
rewmmendwl that no new lighu 
be tastaUad at the Junior Hi^ 
School because the field is not 
mti for nlgM activities at this 

ttOM, 

Waltw Carroll. Asi't 8upt of 
f^'irrlcuium and Instruction 



gave a report on the secondary 
summer school sessions. There 
were 1.454 students compared to 
1.515 Jn 1970. Sixty fuU-time 
teadiers. two librarians and two 
IM-indpiils were employed, and 
23 subjects offered. 

In presenting the annual 
statistical report. School Supt. 
E.V. Brickell said. "These 
figures reflect the magnitude of 
the public schools, take a few 
minutes, all alone, and imagine 
what the city wmjld be like in 
1971 without public schooS?*** 

It was nc^ed that no one has 
come ford) to claim the $S(K) 
reward offered for information 
lea^ng to the arrast of persons 
rMpmslble for two breakins at 
Kempsville Junior Hi^i School. 

DamMe in ttit ttni instance 
was lljtT.lO; in tiM m&mi, 
$7274. Application has been 
made to the iMurance Co., No 
wOTd has M ytt bem rto^vtd 
hr«n the adltiiteM. 

Dr, Kurt Icliliechar was 
ap^ifitad coM^Mtor of ipacial 
Mlueatkiii. 



hope lies in more intensive use 
of the land The imperative need 
is to raise productivity per unit 
of land through the use of 
modern technology and by in- 
creasing the rate of crop 
growing. 

"Tiie Indicative World Plan 
also advocates {MJblic wwks 
programs that could make use 
of otherwise wasted resources of 
human labor in hel|ring to build 
irrigation works, roads, com- 
mu^cations systems, schools, 
hospitals and so forth." 

In reviewing economic 
development plcms of un- 
derdeveloped nations, FAO 
experts are recommending 
labor-intensive activities sudi 
as these, rather than capital- 
intenaive industries such as 
manufacturing, which are labor- 
saving and put a drain on 
foreiffi exchange. 

"In the Imger run in- 
dustrialization in rural areas 
must be based on combining 
more modern technology and 
capital with labor. The in' 
dustries which are attractive 
from this point of view are those 
based on agricultural raw 
materials, for example sugar 
manufacture, cotton ginning, oil 
extraction, feed mixing, canning 
and other food processing," 
according to FAO. 

TIm green revolution, in fact, 
raises a basic and as yet 
unresolved question as to 
whether the high-yielding 
varieties of cereals have a 
positive or negative influence on 
labor use. Do the high-yielding 
varieties provide higher in- 
comes for innovating farmers 
and therefore incentives for 
them to mechanize, while 
penalizing farmers in marginal 
areas where labor use is in- 
tensive? Or do the miracle 
grains create demand for better 
food and thus provide more jobs 
in harvesting and threshinf^ 

The green revolution at least 
has bought time - a breath tag 
space of about 20 yrars. And the 
problems and objectives in the 
Indicative World Plan signify 
that we are indeed in a race 
against time. 

Dr. Boerma says, "While 
many wise and well-intentioned 
pe(4>le sit calmly deliberating ^ 
their elegant council chambers, 
IK-essurea are building up in the 
developing countries which 
could lead to violence The 
choice before us is whether 
changes and growth shall come 
about in constructive and 
peaceful fashion or whetho- they 
will be accompanied by violent 
disorder and uf^eaval." 

Football Clinks 

A series of football clinics will 
be conducted by the Norfolk 
YMCA for boys in grades three 
through six. The clinics will be 
held on Saturdays, beginning 
October 2nd, on the football 
l»-actice fields at Cox. PrincMS • 
Anne, and Granby HIGH 
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The eight week program will 
emphasize the fundamental 
skills of blocking, tackling, 
passing, and catching. Un- 
^rlying all instruction will be 
lessoiM in teamwork and fair 
play. Every participant will 
have an opportmity to play in 
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will attemi from ».10:30 a.m. 
while the finh and sixth graders 
will attend from 10:30-12 Nom 
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shoulder pads as minimum 
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LeotDoyii Downs K«mp|vllle 35-14 



HamptMt'd l)y two in- 
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fuftibles, KempsN illc fouiui itself 
en the short end of a 35-14 score 
in last Friday night's battle with 
Lee-Davis of Richmond, 

• Lee-Davis racked up almost 
four-hundred net yards of- 
fensively, evenly split between a 
very well balanced ground and 
air attack Visiting quarterback 
Dave Melton hit on ten of 
seventeen passes lor 197 yards. 



two touchdowns, and threw no 
interceptions^erome Lewis 
scored once and carried the ball 
31 times to net 168 yards and 
lead all rushers for the contest. 

The Kempsville Chiefs had a 
good ground attack, grinding out 
187 yards against a pretty good 
Lee-Davis defense. The passing 
game did not fare too well, and 
Billy Paschall was only able to 
complete three passes in thir- 
teen attempts. 



Don Hauck acored the two 
touchdowns for the Chiefs, B^ 
came on plunges from the orre- 
yard line. Taylor kicked the two 
extra poinU foUowing Hauck's 
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Cox 
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1st. Col. 
KelUm 
I3«ap Creak 
Maury 
L^ke Tay, 
Norvlaw 
Prin. Anna 
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Prtnceii Anne made a 
dramatic come-from-behind 
^ort but wound up a scant point 
•hort, loiini 21-20 to a Pint 
Cblonial team that led 
throu^out the game but who 
was deiperately fighting to 
preserve the victory In the 
closing minutes. This third 
strait victory wittiout a defeat 
placM the Patriots of First 
Colonial on top of the Eastern 
District. 

Joe Williams, Patriot half- 
back, scored two of his team's 
tikree touchdowns. Williams 
jk^ted left end and raced into 



the end sone Oiirteen yards 
away late in the flnt period to 
give First Cotonial a lead they 
never rellnqulriied, althou^ the 
outcome was In doubt until the 
closing few seconds. Butch 
Foley kicked ttie cmiverslon to 
give the Patriots a 7-0 edge at 
the end (tf the flrst quarter. 

Butch Flore set up the Patriot 
touchdown reeovM-ing a fumble 
as the gun siipaled the end of 
the first period. Thi«e minutes 
later, Williams ran the ball in 
the md zone from eight yards 
«it, Foley converted, and First 
Colonial led 14-0 at the half. 




Quarterback Butch Foley < 11 ) of First Colonial looks for 
running room as he is pursued by Princess Anne center 
Dale Holt (50). 



Speedy lyroae Little burst 
over the goal line from seven 
yards out in ttie third quarter, 
uid Foley kicked his third extra 
point of the night to give First 
Ccrfonial a 21-0 lead, and what 
appeared to be the game. ^ 

Then: the sleeping giant 
awoke. Princess Anne, \ei Iqr 
6'6" quarterback Mike Ange,' 
went to the air and led a 
dramatic comback attempt that 
had the Cavalier's share <tf the 
7,500 fans in the stands cheering 
wildly. ^ 

Ange put on a brilliant display 
of passing and running skill to~ 
bring his team to the brink of 
victory. Ange hit 12 of 23 passes 
for 142 yards, and scored three 
toudulowns himsdf to put 18 
pc^s on the scoreboard. His 
touchdown nms were from the 
16, the 5, and the l yard lines. 
The Cavaliers missed on their 
firsttwoconverstonattempta.but 

Ange fired an aerial to David 
Van Petten for a two-point 
convovim after the third score 
to give Princess Anne their 20 
points. With only a minute left 
m the clock, Dennis Allard 
attempted a field goal tor the 
Cavaliers. The kick missed the 
{^rights and Princess Anne's 
'Stunning comback attempt 
ended a point short. Shades of 
Frank Merriweather-almost! 

A game such as this one is full 
of heroes. For Princess Aniie, 
Ange was named the most 
outstamUng offmsive player. 
But his honor has to be shared 
with some ot his teanunates. 
Richard Shuler hauled in a key 
liAcreqrtion and ran the baQ 
back to the Patriot 15 yard stripe 



to set up the first^ Cavalikr 
touchdown. Jim Thar^ Uodced a 
punt that was recovered by 
Blair Tyrrell to set up the third 
Cavalier score. David Van 
Petten, Tommy Butts, and Joe 
l^oenker hauled in some key 
piasses to move the ball into 
scoring position. 

Defensively, Richard Schiller 
was named the game's out- 
standing player for the 
Cavaliers. Joe Roenker and 
Blair Tyrrell also got pn\u 
from thieir coaches for their 
defmsive ^forts. 

"I felt that the entire team did 
a great Job for the last quarter 
and a half," said Cavalier coach 
John Grady, "but the damage 
had already been done." 

Coach Frank Webster of First 
Colonial said that his "entire 
defenshre unit did a real good 
Job. They all played so well it is 
hard to pick one outstanding 
playw." 

WcftMtor and his staff named 
five pUyenl^to share defensive 
honors Guards Geoi^e Myers 
and Rick Romano were stan- 
douts on the line. Myers in- 
tercepted a pass and made, key 
tackles. Romano, a two-way 
l^ayer, made a lot of key tackles 
and dhimped (^valio* backs in 
their own backfield time after 
time. Butch Flore recovered a 
fumble and made crucial 
tackles all over the field. Jay 
Kight was singled out for a good 
rush titort. Mike Wareing broke 
up a coiqi>le at crucial Cavalier 
passes and ttirew many Jarring 
Uckles. 

Joe Williams took (rffenshre 
honors for the Patriots. 
WiUiams Kored two of his 



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Stuns Kellam 14-0 



Norview scored the flnt time 
they got their hands <ni the ball 
and went on to defeat Kellam 14- 
Friday night. Pilot quar- 
terback Allen Rose took the ball 
around right end for five yards, 
climaxing a drive from the 
midfield marker. Rose then 
kiclied the first of his two con- 
versions to give Norview an 
early 7-0 lead. 

Norview's next score came in 
the third quarter, after the Pilots 
intercepted a Chuck Edward's 
pass on the Kellam 22 yard line. 
Aided by a penalty, NcH^iew 
scored four ^ays later )f/hen 
Thurman Biggs took the ball in 
from the 10. 

Kellam 's offense could not get 
going. Only a week earlim-, the 
Knights generated a whopping 
41 points in a runaway victory 
over Oscar Smith, llie Norview 
defense was superb, holding 
Kellam f> 123 yards on the 
ground and 60 in the air. Tlie 



gainer, rushing for 93 yards in 
fifteen carries. Mike Ddulio 
gained fourteen yards in two 
attempta, and Joe Shray rushed 
for 49 yal^s in thirteen tries. 

The Kellam defense did a good 
Job containing Norview's 
sweeps and power dives 
throupiout the evening. Rdand 
Smith gained 83 yards and 
Thurman Biggs accounted for 58 
of the 141 yards Norview gained 
rushing. Ilie Norview air attack 
was held to a scant 21 yards. 

The Knights stopped Pilot 
drives on the Kellam 34, 15, and 
10 yard lines, and, in general, 
played well enough to win the 
game, but the Kellam offense 
could not put pobits on the 
scorebo|u-d. Kellam had more 
first downs and more total 
yards gained, but, un- 
fortunatefy, not more points. 

Jolm Cooke, head football 
coach at Kellam, picked Gerald 
Jackson as the game's top of- 




Sophmore Ra^y RoMmom ei Cox («) itrcnlcs vmmi 
left end adding to his total of 55 yards gained rushing 
against Manry. 

Cox MIstalces Giyo 
AAoury 12*0 Victory 




With fifteen seconds left In the flnt half, a Omefc Ed- 
wards pass to Al Morris is bnton up 1 j^^ end sane by 
Norview defenden. 



PUots broke throu^ the of- 
fensive Ihie continually and 
dumped Edwards six times in 
Us own backfield. The Knights 
penetrated as deep as the Pilot 
eight yard line, but a pass in the 
emi sone was broken up to 
prevent the score. 

Edwards completed six of 
fifteen aerials for 60 yards, and 
Norview intwcq^ed one. Mike 
Deiuio caught two for fifteoi 
yards, Al Morris got two for 
twenty yards, Joe &ray puUed 
in a three-yarder. at^ Jay Allen 
hauled in one for twenty-two 
yarda. Ddulio went zero for one 
in the passing department, 
missing on a haUback (Hption 
pass. 

Gerald Jackson wound up as 
the game's leading ground 



fensive player. Jackson led all 
rushen with his 93 yards. Scott 
Layd«i, a sophoman substitute 
linebacker, was named the top. 
defoisive p«f ormcr for Kdlam , 
and it appears that Layden will 
see a tot of acttob in ftitwre 
games. David Marquette got an 
hononble mention for some key 
tackles. 

A big blow to Kellam 's 
diances in Ihe next two or three 
gridiron omtests came on the 
last play oi the game when 
skartlng quarterback Chuck 
Edwards suffered a 1^ injury. 
Coach Cooke said Monday 
evening that Edwards will miss 
at least two or three ball gamea, 
and his dqiartm leaves Kellam 
with a major gap in the im- 
portant quarterback stot. 



Cox's passing game was 
choked off by a tough Maury 
defensive unit, enabling the 
(Commodores to take a 12-0 
victory back to Norfolk. C^x 
quarterback Allan Williams 
managed to complete only three 
of t«i aerials for a meager four 
yards. The Commodore's 
Dmnell Lei^ picked M one 
Williams' pass. 

Allan Williams, Randy 
R<rt>inson, and Perry Hill led a 
potent ground attack for the 
Falcons. Williams picked up 75 
yards in 24 carries, using the 
quarterback running option 
very effectively. Robinson 
netted forty yards in eleven 
attempts, and Hill gained 58 
yards in eight carries. In all. die 
Falo>ns picked up 188 <tf Oiehr 
total 190 offensive yards on the 
ground. 

Art Zimmerly, who ran tiie 
ball four times for a total of 
deven yards, came closest h, 
tantint tot Cox. He was stopped 
at the two yard line. 

A rash of penalties and 
fumbles hurt the Falcons 
repeatedly. Even though Cox 
loat only one fwnble to the 
Hommodores, the other back- 
iKild fumbles coat the Falcons 
mimientum and valuable downs 
at key times throughout the 
contest. 

Defensively, Cox held Maury 
to 137 yards In total aCf«ne. 
Maury gained only 46 yarda on 
the ground and managed but 91 
yards in the air. 



Cox coach George McGovern 
and his stoff picked defrasive 
tockles BiUy Span and BiU 
Summs. d^ensive end Brooks 
Williams, and Ray White as 
out^andtog datsartve playwa' 





Track Star Jesse Owens 
Guest At Olympic Night 



United StatM Olympic track 
star Jesse Owens will appear at 
Foreman Field on October 2nd 
in behalf of the United States 
Olympic Team's fund raising 

effm-ts. Owera is coming to 
Tidewater Virginia to an)Mr at 
Olympic Night ceremonies 
which an to be held during the 
halftime braak in the Neptune- 
Hartford clash in the Atlantic 
Coast FootbaU League. 

Oweia has to be comidered 
me of America's all-time grMt 
atMetes. As a m«nber of the 
1936 United States Olympic 
Team. OM-em diiwhed his place 
in sp<»1s fame. During the 
Berlin pmes. he equalted the 
world record in the lOO-metw 
race, clockii^ in at 10.3 seconds. 
His 20.7 se<»nd time for the 200- 



meter race and his 26 feet 5 and 
21-64 inch broad Jump 
established new work! records. 

At a Wednesday afternoon 
news conference, the plans for 
Olympic Night were disclosed. 
In addition to the appearance of 
Jesse Owens, it was amiounced 
that the Neptunes will con- 
tribtrte a pwtion of their game's 
proceeds to the U.S. (Mympic 
Fund. To give official 
recognition to the event. 

Viiginia Beach Mayor Donald 
Rhodes and Norfolk Mayor Roy 
Martin will declare by 
iroclamatton October 2nd to be 
(Mympic Day. To date. 117 local 
m«i;hanta have agreed to cury 
the Olymi^c rniblem in their 
Mwspaper advflrtiaing durii^ 
the week priw to Olym^c Night. 



Boyside Tops Granby 



Bouncing b«:k after a om- 
point toas to Cox a wedc before, 
Bayside evened ito record at one 
victory and one defeat by 
soundly thumping Granby 2(H). 
Bayakle conthiued to show a 
balanced offensive effort, 
ruling for 119 yards and 
passing for 81 mon. The offense 
made few erron, turning the 
ball over to Granby once on an 
Intercqition. 

HalflMck Roger Baxter was 
the game's leading rusher, 
netting 99 yarcto in 13 carries. He 
scored twice, fint mi a 5 yard 
power drive ami then on a 
sensatiwial 50 yard sprint. The 
other Bayskie touchdown was by 
end Steve Meiss, toUng a 24 
yard toss from quarterback 
Marty Mome in for the score. 
Tliad Harold kicked two con- 
versions to round out Bayside's 
score to an evoi 20 points. 

A strong Marlin defense kept 



Tennis Qmic-ExKMion 
To Be Held October 2 



San|i ^sawa, Nnrtti Oaro- 
Una's aecond-sMded ttmili 
player, hM agreed to a match 
with Virginia's top player, 
. .Bobt^ Heakl, in a diale and 
eibibltton match to be bald 
Saturday, Octobo* 2nd, irt ttia 
ttdi ^reet t«inis courts. Hw 
faatared mateh will get undar' 
way at 4 p.m.. immedlatdy 
following a 3:80 p.m. clink 
omducted by Jim Oiampi^ine, 
Princess Anne Country CM>'s 
tmnis pro. 

Arise wa. a gnduate studoit 
at North Carolina Stete, is a 
native of ^pan. He recently was 
nnner up in the North Carolina 
Ooaed iWnis Tournament Iwld 
at the RaMgh Racquet Chib'. He 
won the Eastern Carolina 
Tennis Closed Tournameitf , and 
Mds a major victory over 
Junior Davis Cupper Fred Mc- 
Nair. 

The mateh was arranged by 
the 25th Street AQiletic Club, 
and is being sanctioned by the 
Virginia Beach Tennis Patrons 
Association. The purpose of the 
match ia to prove to the City tiiat 




the Iia«»t CUbf t» p^y lantfi 
and that iho€%iMdi #id8 
conmriax Io aee<nnnMid^l ttwB 
M wdlaisaUteto-h^^ 
tennis toumamanto fi 
state and natieaal 
play^s. 

The Rafo^ RacquM ^ub to 
sem^ six of Its mimbar- 
playcra to VUrj^a B«Kb to 
engage six of the 38tb StraM 
Athletic aub's boat. 
Rq>rMaiting RaM0 i^ be 
Jerry Rpbinson, forry 
Biaidten^p, Bitt TuclNr, Don 
Long, John Gondla, rad lioaas 
Hand. Representing iSm SM 
Street group will b« Jack 
Dalton, BobEnids, team cai^itai 
Harold Wheder, Larry Smtb, 
Vince Ciccarello, and Jdlin 
Maragon. 

The matohes between the 
Raleigh Racquet aub piayirs 
and the 25th Street Athletic CMb 
|rtay«rs will begin at iO a.p., 
and CMnpetition will be in bifOi 
single and dotAles matdi pU^. 
Th«re will be no admiaaton 
charge for ttie day's tennis 
activities. 



Match PalrlNfi 



Robinson vs. Dalton 
Blankenthlp vs. Ennis 
Tucker vs. Wheeler 
Long vs. Smith 
Goneila vs. Ciccsrello 
Hand vs. /Maragon 



Rolsinson Tucker vs. OalteiA- 

Wheeler 

Long-Biankenship vs. Ennls- 

Smltli 

Goneiia-Gates vs. Ciccarello- 

Maragon 



CoK end Mik« Jeml (M) 
rushes for a IS yard gain 
after Intaxq^iiig a Manry 
pan fai the fourth qnartCT. 

for Qw game. AUan WUllama. 
Perry Hill, and Randy Robla- 
s«i. who gained 173 yarda 
between thm, were picked as 
the key players in the offenshre 
unit. 




It*i not all fm and i^Hies M shown 1^ the pain rdfoct^ In 
the face of Cox guard Rod Robhhis as he has to shonMar 
worked on by a team trainer. 



ROGER BAXTER 

Granby scordess tot the season 

and never allowed the Comets to 
penetrate beyond their 30. 
Granby moved the ball for 14 
first downs and 220 net yarda, 
but the Bayskie defense stif- 
fened wten it had to stop 
Comet drives. The Marlins 
nabbed two Comet aaials and 
recovered (me fumble. Jerry 
Payne and linebacker Nick 
Daversa were the ouUtuiding 
defensive perfcntners. 



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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, t971 



iGhorus To 
; Audition 

The Virginia Biach Civic 
OiOnii, undar tht dlraetim of 
t'WalUr Noona. will hold 
"'aui^tiMit for men'i voicta w 
^ Ai«»day, Septembiar 27th at 7:18 
.t.p.m. at the Thalia Trinity 
'• J*rtit>3^erian Clhurch on Thalia 
* Drlvl, 

The f«w vacancies in the 
womei'a sections will be filled 
^ Audlton the following week, 
J^t. «tt> at 7:15 pm. 
yhie group is now {n-eparlng a 
cMcnrt of Christfnas music to 
be presented on Tuesday, 
December I4th and Sunday, 
December 19th. Included in the 
program will be Bach's "To Ui 
A Child Is Born", Britton's 
"Hymn to the Virgin", and a 
grotv of contemporary carols. 
Mrs. Henry Clarke has bem 
elected President of the Civic 
Chorus. She succeeds Mrs. 
j^bert Coulsting, who now 
' usumes a seat on the board. 

Mrs. David Thompson is the 
newly elected Vice President, 
wlUi Mrs. H.T. Mahler serving 
as Secretary, and James 
Slantis as Treasurer. Board 
members also include Mrs. A! 
Hanaon, John Dcllla, Lee Lively, 
and Ed Finch. 

Schools To 



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In Council 

, Students from approximately 
90 school divisions will par- 
ticipate in the state-funded 
student concert prqjrsm of the 
Old Dominion Symphony 
Council during this school year, 
it was announced today by Mrs. 
•'Miles E. Bench of Richmond, 
'ODSC president. 
-,y In addition, a limited number 
• Mi'of evening concerts have been 
, 'scheduled in small communities 
;;^~in the more rural areas <rf the 
MState and two of the state's 
"vmental hospitals. 
*■' A special feature of some of 
J. the concerts will be the 
,''* [x-esentation of a choreographed 
. •.'symphonic work with chamber 
" orfehestra, featuring as guest 
:* artists the "Music in Motion" 
dance ei»emble of Alexandria, 
:: Barbara Thuesen, 
choreographer. The ODSC has 
••*•' received a grant from the 
C' National Endowment fw the 
Arts to help fund this multi-art 
>.. program. 

The dance program will be 
presented in c(Hinection with 
;.' concerts by the Northern 
'. Virginia Chamber Orchestra, 
^ Ote Roanoke Symphony, and the 
*• Lynchbui-g Fine Arte Centw 
'.»,CM:he'^tra. 

^1,1^. Linwood Holton will 
^^1^ as Honorary Chairman for 
.these ODSC programs. 
. ', The Old Dominion Symphony 
^; Council is the state— wide 
^ association of symphony or- 
chestras in Virginia, funded by 
•,the General Assembly through 
Kibe Virginia Commission of the 
^ Arts and Humanities. Further 
information about the concert' 
programs and schedules can be 
obtained from ODSC 
headquarters. 48<a Kensington 
Avenue, Richmond, 23226. 



avic Chorus men (left to right ) BUI Fruit, John Dellis. Mai Ragan, and Alden Copley take 
a "coffee break" during tlie flrst meeting of the fall season. 

(Bhitnmti 

MRS, LUCILLE HUFFAKER Church, Kempsville Masonic 

Lodge 196, Royal Arch Chaptor 

Mrs. Lucille Haffaker, for- 46, Grice Commandery 16 of 

merly of Virginia Beach, died Knights Templar, Khedive 

early Tuesday morning in Shrine Temple, and Berkley 

Decatur, Ga. Eastern Star Cha))ter 52. 

She was thie wi dow of Gail T. He was employed as NorfoU? 

Huffaker and for many years branch manager of Nu-Car 

was a resident of the Mayflower Carriers, Inc. 

Apartments. Besides his widow, he is 

She is survived by two survived by a son, Earl A. Oyer 

Aughters, Mrs. Robert C.Jacob Jr.. of Rockaway, N.J.; two 

of Decatur and Mrs. John brothers, Grober Oyer of 

Barger of Merritt toland. Fla., Chillicothe, Ohio, and Ralph 

and four grandchildren. Ojjer of Dayton, Ohio; three 

Funeral arrangements sisters. Mrs. Mabel Sayer of 

pending. Services will be han- Ironton, Ohio, Mrs. Georgia 

died by Oliver Funeral Home. Price, and Mrs. Helen Chalfin of 

Chillicothe; and two grand- 



Betting 

welfare rolM." 

When j}ueitloned hy the 
Commisilen rtgardilig the 
degree of oppoaltion h* had 
encountered to loeatlag a race 
track In Virginia Beadh he 
replied he found "no sufaatanUal 
QfpoiiUon to locating racing in 
Virginia Beach, the only op. 
poiitlon came from thoae 
against gambling In any form." 

Guy added, "I don't hear ttie 
businessmen of Virginia Beach 
and Norfolk saying please, 
pleue don't let horse racing 
come into Virginia." 

When Guy was aslied whether 
he viewed the recent public 
referendum favoring a con- 
ititutional change to permit 
lotteries In Virginia as a 
favorable indication toward 
betUng he replied, "If the people 
of Virginia wore oppoaed to 



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virtinia: 

The rtfMlar maetiBf 01 the 
Coencll «f the City of Virginia 
leach will be held In the 
Council Chambtn of the Ad- 
ministration Bolldino, City 
Hall, l*rlncM« Anne Station, 
Virginia teach, Virginia, on 
Monday, October it, 1971, at 



Planning 



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fOwitinued from f^ I) 



tnhealthy living coaditlim as a 
reauK of loinl noiaes and "shock 
wave vibrations" i^nerated by 
aircraft. 

The ofHelals cited similiar 
incidents in ttie western part of 
the U.S. where Naval air 
facilities were dosed following 
increased residential building in 
dose {M-oximity to the base. 

Planning — Commissionera 



racing they would have tKlwe- ..^^i^X' "Xr^TTh: 
.» »k"» ««:- - a«^tai-ft,.i^^^Wroved the project when the 

developers agreed to expand 



Collectors of native arts and 
crafts - carved, duck decoys, 
needlework and shellcraft 
especially ~ have a new^macca 
not far from Virginia Beadi. 

In Rue, Just a few miles qorth 
of Accomac oh Virginia's 
Eastorn Shore, a recently for- 
med guild of 118 craftsmen has 
opened a shop in a quaint little 
hoUM on U.S. Route 13. Open 
seven days a week from 10 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. (1:30 p.m. to S p.m. on 
Sundays) the shq) s«^es as a 
retail outlet for the fine han- 
diwork of guild members. 

Among the objects available 
at the Eastern l^re Art and 
Craft Shop are extinctive duck 
decoys carved by local artisans, 
intricate collages of shells and 
shell jewlry, quilts and other 
types of needlework, sculpture 
and paintings. Three items, 
originally destined to be sold 
UircHigh the slw^, were put on 
display at the Richmond, Va. 
Museum. 

Most convenient route to Rue 
from eastern Virginia and North 
CaroUna is via the Cheai^ieake 
Bay Bridge-Tunnel, which spans 
the Bay between Virginia Beach 
and Cape Charles, ami U.S. 13, 
now completely four-laned. 

Rue, which is so small it is not 
located on the state map, is 3Vi 
miles north of Accomac, one of 
the most charming towns on the 
Eastern Shore. 

ATlibe' 

William J. Anderson, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. An- 
derson, 4901 Gulfsti-eam Circle, 
Virginia Beach, was among 
some 700 freshmen who com- 
pleted "Plebe Week" at The 
CiUdel Aug. 30. Upp«rclassmen 
registered Aug. 31 and classes 
began Sept. 1, 

Anderson graduated from 
Kempsville High School and is 
majoring in electrical 
engineering at the military 
college. 



NANCY ELIZABETH BARNES 

Nancy Elizabeth Barnes, 10 
mraiths . a daughter of David and 
Mrs. Ann Barnes of 621 Aragona 
Blvd. died September IS in a 
Norfolk hospital. 

She was born in Virgiida 
Beach. 

Beskies her parents, she is 
survived by a brother, David 
Barnes Jr. of Virginia Beach; 
maternal grandmother, Mrs. 
Dorothy Bunch of North 
Carolina, and paternal grand- 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 
Barnes of Virginia Beach. 

A funeral service was held in 
H. D. (Siver Funeral Apart- 
ments, Laskin Road, Saturday 
at n a.m. Burial wa^ in 
Rosewood Memiurial Park. 

FRANK FARINA 

Frank Farina, 83, of 1560 
Wolfsnare Road died in a 
hosi^tal September 14. 

A nathre of Italy, he lived in 
Ums country 54 years and in 
\^rginia Beach 15 years. 

He was the husband of the late 
Mrs. Filomen* Mavro Farina 
and a sm of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 
Farina. 

He was a retired railroad 
foreman and a member of Star 
of the Sea Cattolic Oiurch. 

He is survived by three 
daughters, Mrs. Virginia 
Aragona, Mrs. Bridget DeMille 
and Mrs. Cecelia Russell of 



children. 

A funeral service will be 
conducted in Hollomon-Brown 
Funeral Home, Bayside, today 
at 2 p.m. by the Rev'. Herbert A. 
Moyo" of Community United 
Methodist Church. Burial, with 
Masonic rites, will be in 
Rosewood Memorial Parte. 

DR. J. M.BALDWIN JR. 

ENGLEWOOD, N.J.-Dr. 
John Macky Baldwin Jr., 56, 
associate profrasor of clinical 
medicine at Columbia 
University's College of 
Physicians and Surgeons in New 
York, died Friday in Columi^a 
Presbyterian Hospital. 

Born in Norfolk Nov. 18, 19J4, 
he was a son of Mrs. Florence 
-^^fcClelland Baldwin of Virginia 
Beachand the late John Macky 
Baldwin Sr. and the husband of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Whittle Jdinston 
Baldwin. 

He attended the Norfolk 
Division of the College of 
William and Mary, now Old 
Dominion University, and 
Columbia College d Physicians 
and Surgeons. He received his 
medical degree in 1939. 

During World War II he was a 
flight surgeon and the medical 
director of the international 
division of Trans Worlds 
Airlines in Washington. He 
entered private medical 
practice in New York in 1946. 

He practiced internal 



Virginia Beach, and a brother, medicine in New York from 1947 






Navy Airman Apprentice 
Robert W Fillmore, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert E. Fillmore of 
4749 Westgrove Road. Virginia 
Beach. Va., is now serving 
aboard the attack aircraft 
carrwr USS SaTatoga with the 
U.S. sixth Fleet in the 



Mediterranean. 

The 15-year-old carrier, now 
on her eleventh deployment to 
the Mediterranean, spent two 
days in Greenock. Scotland and 
is scheduled to visit S[»in, lUly. 
Greece. France and Malta. 

His ship is homqwrted at 
Mayport. Fla. , 



NiBzi Farina of Italy. 

The offlce of the Dead was 
said in H. D. Oliver Funeral 
Apartments, Laskin Road, 
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. 

A Reguiem Mass was 
celebrated in Star of the Sea 
Cathdic Chuxh Friday at 10 
a.m. Burial was in Princess 
Anne Memorial Park. 

WILLIAM G. FOSTER, SR. 



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William Graham Foster Sr,. 
73, of 1417 Dermott Ave . . a son of 
William Can- and Mrs. Sallie E. 
Phillips Foster and the husband 
of Mrs. UlUan Brock Foster, 
died in a Hampton hospital 
Septentiier 15 at 2:50 p.m. 

A nal^e of Hampton, he lived 
in this area most of Ms Ufe. 

He WM a Methodist. He was a 
veteran of W(»-ki Wars I and II 
and a member of Tidewater Columbia 
Barracks 19. Veterans of World Hospital , 
War 1. 

Besi(ks his widow, he is 
survived by a daughter. Mrs. 
Jean F. Grumiaux. and a son. 
WUiam G. FMter Jr,, and three 
listen. Mrs. Kittie F. Sciu-agle. 



until his death. UntQ recaitly he 
was director of personnel 
medica' services at 
Presbyterian Hospital. 

In 1960 he was decorated with 
the Order of African ReSonp- 
tion of the Republic of Liberia. 

Besides his widow and 
mother, he is survived by three 
sons, John M. Baldwin III, 
K«inon Baldwin, and Robert 
Baldwin of Englewood; two 
sisters, Mrs. Frank R. Black- 
ford and Mrs. All«i Blade of 
Virginia Beach: and a tx-other, 
R. Stuart Baldwin of Norfolk. 

A funeral service was held in 
Eastern Shore Chapel 
Cemetery, 

In lieu of flowers, the family 

suggests that contributkms be 

made to tt» Jota M, Baldwin 

Memorial Fund in care of 

Presbyterian 



HOWARD A. MURPHY 




Howard A. Murphy, 83, of Sll 
24th St. died in a hospital 
Wednesday. 

Ml*. Helen F. Early, and Mr,. Hv^dhil^ni^.^rT'*' ^■^•'^ 
Myra F Godwin, all of Norfolk. ''^'J h«-e 10 years. 

'art five grandchiWren "« *" *« *»"»'« 



T)% body was 



husband ct Mrs. 
taken to ^'*''* ***"*y Mtophy and a son 



Hollomon-Brown Funeral 
Home. Bayskie. 

EARL AUSTIN OYER 

Earl Austin Oyer. 62, of 513 
WMte Oak Drive, died in a 
Norfolk hoeiHUl TuMday 



of Charies ami Mrs. Mary 
Sowter Murphy. 

He was a retired civil m^lmtsr 
of Alexander Pf^o- Aasodation, 
New York. 

He was a member ot Eastern 
Shore Chapel, 

He is survived only by hia 



He was a smi of Lawrence and widow 
M». Elizabeth Carney Oyer and the body was Uken from H. 
the bustMod <A Mra. Margaret q oiiv«- Funeral ApartsMBts, 



&BithOyer 



Laskin Road, to Easlam ^re 



at that time," and-hS'therefore 
could see "no necessity for a 
refermdum on racing." 

Ministerial oppositton came 
from Reverend John Lylei and 
Reverend Jerry Holcomb of 
Virginia Bead). 

Reverend Lyles told the Study 
Commission he didn't "want the 
Commiuion to get the idea 
everyme in Viri^ia Bead) is 
'gung-ho' for pari-mutud bet- 
ting." 

He also questioned "what 
exact benefits would result frnn 
pari-mutuel gambling," as well 
as what safe guards would be 
provided against off-track 
betUng, resulting in a orime 
rise. 

Lylea summarized by stating 
he viewed paH-muhid betting 
as becoming "a we(j^ for other 
types of legalized gambling." 

Reverend Holcomb told the 
Commiasion he waa not only 
strongly t^ipoaed to gambling, 
but questioned "if there was any 
undorlying factor in pladi^ the 
question ^ pari-mutuel bating 



their original area tl land in 
volved liy 30 pw cent which 
woiild result la a SO per cent 
ndUetion in density of con- 
struction, thus providhig for the 
construction of 1,037 units 
situated on 323 acres of land. 

The Chesopian Colony 
shopping complex was con- 
tained in an application from 
developer F. Wayne McLeskey 
for a change of zoning of the 
area located adjacent to the 
enU-ance of the community, as 
well as a request for a use 
pennit to operate .a gasoline 
supply station and automotive 
accessories sales and service 
outlet. 

Waltff Royal, speaking for a 
delegation of Chesopian 
reaklents, pointed out ttie ap- 
plication involved construction 
of a large shopidng complex 
including a Woolco I>epartment 
Store, Giant Open-Air Super- 
market, and a SOO^ar parking 
tot. 

While affirming the proposed 



befwe the people at this time." cootegta of the ^leppiiv center 
WomenofVirginifrBeaeh who HcUakey confirmed the plans 



A Mttve ci Onega, Ohio, he a,gp,i i^f , ^mrA service 
Uvid in the MrMkai^ Virginia p,^(Uy at noes hr the Rev. 



BmM ««a S y^ra. 
Ite was a member of Certi- 



J munity United Methodist Cemetery 



CharlM M, WM», III. Burial 
WM k) iMtem Shore Ch^ 



are onwsed to amiroval of pari- 
mutuel betting were 
represented by Mra. Shirley 
Marlowe and Mra. Mary 
Morriaette. 

Mrs. Mailowe told the 
CommiaMon of her long 
association with hwses, both 
from Q)e aapect of riding and 
training them, and that she tfld 
not "favor their exploitation." 

9)0 said that "horse racing to 
have or have not la a moral 
issue," and that "thU is the time 
to gird ourselves , ' ' She indicated 
slie felt horse racing would 
develop compulsive b^ng such 
as waa associated with dog 
racing at Moyock, N.C. 

Mrs. Marlowe said tht felt 
pari-mutuel would rMult in 
"bookies operating through 
local barber shops, beauty 
vdons, and gas stations." 

Mrs. Morriaette, based liar 
opposition on materia, 'con- 
tained in a rq>ort from the 
Massachuettea Crime Com- 
n^iaaion «i)id) she said "iri)owed 
pari-mutud bettii^ lead to an 
increaae in crime activities." 

She urged member* of the 
Study Commission to obtain 
Information from the crime 
commissions of all states with 
pari-mutud betting and to "get 
the true picture fr(»n all sklea" 
before making their deciskm. 

State Senator Henry Howwll of 
Norfolk, an independent can- 
didate for Lt. Governor, con- 
fused to the Commissiao, "I 
know I will kwe the yotea of 
some va7 good friends todi^ 
for malting a stand in favor jot 
pari-mutud betttag." 

Howell based hit vi^pori of 
pari-mutud b^ttng on bdi^ 
another attraction which would 
serve to lengdm) the duration of 
stay of visitors to Vlif inia. 

He also Indicated his support 
was based on information 
st4>plied him 1^ a recmt public 
(pinion poll convicted by him to 
determine the dagrM (rf puUic 
siq^iort for iris pment can- 
didacy. 

Howell said the poU indicated 
to him that "M.5 p«r cent (rf the 
people in the Stete, and 71.2 of 
Uiose in Hampton Roads, 
favored psri-mutuel betting and 
racii«." 

He summarized his 
statements by aaying "people 
who want to gamMi%aM g(rfi« to 
gamble. ' 'i can show you 
^mbUi« in SM)e of the mort 
immial places and at g^ 
tsHisual hours" potntt^ to nieh 
activltlM as 'roving card 
games and dk» ganea" ^UM 
police are contimiaUy at- 
t«aptii4 to ^rtail. 

Othn- quMttofls were posed to 
the Ckmuniaaton for th^ een- 
sidMratloB bKduded what W9 
would he made of tax revaail a a 
derived from pari^iiMMi 
betting, who movU mdw At 
taal dai^km u to wbw* ti^^ 
weuki be tocatod, aad if pari- 
mutucLbetttngia 
uNMhSpoHcelt? 



but pdnted out that residoits of 
d)e Colony two yean ago op- 
posed a proposal to conatnict 
aprartments at the same 
tocation. He alio noted tt)e 
Planning Commission last 
month approved the property 
for commerdal in the Lyn- 
nhaven-Uttle Neck Land Use 
Plan. 

McLeskey cited the amount of 
tax revenue his proposed 
si)opping complex would 
generate for ttie city, as wdl as 
increased employment op-, 
portunities. 

Commiasion Chairman S. 
Harry Mote,addressii9(q)posii4 
residents, pointed out that shKe 
they <^are going to live Q)eK it's 
your deciaion as much as ours 
(Planning Commissioners)" on 
what should be located at the 
site. 

Acting on this suggestion the 
ConmisaiOh deferired action on 
U)e m^lication with a request 
for the (%e8<vian Colony Civic 
League to review the situation 
and advise the Commissk>n 
reprding what they favored for 
the location in question. 

Cnnmiaatonera also approved 
applications which will result in 
the removal of two Beach 
Borough landmarks, the 
Americano and Martha 
Waahtogton hotda. 

Riparian Investment As- 
sociates announced plans to 
tear down tt)e Americano, the 
former Sir Walter Raleigh 
Hotel, at 39th Street and Attantic 
Avenue aad replace the 
Mnietura with a modernistic S8- 
unit motd. 

Graver Wright, gtUmay for 
the Martha Washington Hotd 
Cm^., informed Commissitmera 
of ^ans to rsfriace the existing 
s^cture with a 141-unlt motd- 
apartment complex which will 
contain several smaO sIk^ 
oriented to tourisU. 

The Martha Washington 
Hotel, at 8th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue, was ordered 
dMuritehed-as the n^It of 
extffisive daipage from two 

Tate firas in March, 
othn- acUvittes, approval 
WM given to tpj/^tHiem for the 
construction of additional 
aparbnoite and mt^ls. 

The apartment projecte in- 
duda a 9-mit project at Ai«tie 
and TM-race Avmun; Mnuite 
at teribOTton IMvt and 24th 
Street; 300 townhouses at 
ItMfan Avenue aad Wayman 
Lane: and a IN-anaf tmant 
rewpltx fior rattNd coaplM 
ad^eent t« Ltattan Orde. 

Hew iwtel* ap««ved In- 
dudad a •7-uatt faculty on ^h 
Stnat bttmtn Atlantic and 
Paeiflc AvMuea, a 124»unit 
^m^imi at Padlte and WtaMm- 
SalvB Avanusa, wl u motd 
u^te at 31th Kraat aad Allantk: 
AvaBua. 

m astandad iiMafamptttl 
tta i^^yraBuet §1 l^^y^ 
meeting with tt 




10:00 A.M. at which time the 
following appllcatloni for 
changes Of sonlng, use permits, 
etc., will be heard; 
PRINCISSANNItOROUOH 

1. Application of Aragona 
f nterprISM, Inc., by H. Calvin 
Spain, Attorney, for a CHANGE 
OP ZONING from Agricultural 
District (A.R) to Planned Unit 
Dsvelopmtnf District (PUD). 
Said property It an extvnilon of 
the existing Planned Unit 
Development known at Magic 
Hollow and Includet three 
additional parcels, two of which 
are South and Eait of South 
Lynnhaven Road and the third 
parcel It located on the West 
tide of London Iridge Road 
beginning at a point 2000 
fMt more or lett North of 
Shippt Corner Road. Plats with 
more detailed information are 
available in the Office of the 
Department of City Planning. 
(Princett Anne Plaza and 
Oceana Naval Air Station 
Areas). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

2. Application of Emarluel 
Baptist Church for a USE 
PERMIT to operate a church 
*>d youth cthttr^on certain 
property beginnlnc^iat a point 
444 feet more or (ess Nortti of 
Shl^ps Corner Road, running a 
distance of 264 feet along the 
Western property line of which 
303 feet It the East tide of Old 

.Club House Road, running a 
distance of 310 ^et more or lets 
along the Eattern property line 
and running a distance of 285 
feet along the Southern 
property line. (Cardinal 
Estates Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

3. Application of William J. 
Kirby for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Rural Residence 
District 3 (RR 3) to Multiple 
Family Residence District (R- 
M) and a USE PERMIT to 
construct 144 apartment unitt 
on certain property located on 
the South tide of Sh«y Road 
t)eg inning at a point 900 feel 
more or leas Eatt of Culien 
Road, running a distance of 978 
feet more or iett along the 
Northern property line of which 
648 feet more or lets is the 
South side of Shell Road, 
running a dittance of 215 feet 
more or leas along the 
Eastern property line, running 
a distance of 945 feet more or 
iett along the Southern pro- 
perty line at the Northern 
extremity of Shelton Road, and 
running a distance of 684 feet 
more or lest along the Western 
property line. ( Lakeview 
Park Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

4. Application of Gordon 
Oliver for an excavation permit 
to continue operation of a 
borrow pit on certain property 
bounded on the South by the 
Northern property line of 
Proposed Five Forks Road, on 
the Wett by the Eattern 
property line of Proposed 
Aragona Boulevard Extended, 
on the North by Lake Smith and 
on the East by Lake Smith 
Terrace West. Said property to 
be ex/cavated contains 18.4 
acret/Plata with more detailed 
information are available in the 
Office of the Department of 
City Planning. (Lake Smith 
Terrace West Area), BAYj^lDE 
BOROUGH, 

5. Application of James C. 
Wright and Ronald R. Reiter 
for a USE PERMIT to contruct 
72 one-bedroom apartment 
units on certain property 
located on the North side of 
Shore Drive beginning at a 
point 375 feet Eatt of Greenweii 
Road and running a dittance of 
250 feet along the Southern 
property line of which 30 feet 
It the Northern property line of 
Shore Drive, running a dittance 
of 400 feet along tha Wettern 
property line, running a 
dittance of 250 feet along the 
Northern property line, and 
running a dittance of< 420 feet 
along the Eattern property 
line. (ChoMpeake Beach and 
Bayville Park Area), 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH, 

6. Application of Oxford 
Manor for a USE PERMIT to 
conatruct a sewage pumping 
itation on certain property 
beginning at a point 125 feet 
more or less East of the In- 
tersection of Goodman Road 
and Lawrence Drive on the 
Norttf side of Proposed Oxford 
Drive. Said property it 47 feet 
m^e or Iom by 47 feet more or 
leM. (Oxford Msner-Bettie F, 
Wltllamt School Area). 
BAYIIPE BOROUGH. 

7. AQpilcation of Pemte-oke 
Meadows Astocietet for a USE 
PERMIT to operate a 600-toat 
theatre on certain property 
located on the Eatt tMe of 
Independence Boulevard 
betwMn North Wltchduck Road 
and Pembroke Boulevard and 
located In the Pembroke 
Meadows Shopping Center, 
(Pembroke Meadows Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 

S. Application of Rouse 
Inferprlses for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Retail Butlnett 
Dittrtct (B-1) to Motel Hotel 
District (M H) and a USE 
Pf NMIT to construct a 97-unit 
motel on certain property 
located on the North tide of 2«th 
Street between Atlantic Avenue 
and Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the 
Eatt tide of Pacific Avenue, 
rtmning a distance of 230 feet 
alone ttio Northern property 
line, runnning a distanca of 140 
fMti^ong the Eattern property 
llnem which lOOfeet ii tnii West 
tide of Atlantic Avenue, and 
fwfmtfW a distance of 250 feet 
along the Southern property 
line of which 154 feet Is the 
North side of 34th Street. 
VIRGINIA BiACH 
BOROUGM. 

9. Application of Lake Holly 
Corp., by Owen B. Pickett, 
Attorney, for a USE PERMIT 
to construct a 134-unlt motel wi 
certain pr^«rty located en the 
Nortttwwst corner of Pacific 
Avenue and winttonSalem 
Avenwo, rurwiing a dittance of 
74.14 feet along the Weit tide of 
Pacific Avenue, running a 
dittMiMOf.MM teet aleni tiM 
-Nerttr in^ el WlniMn*talem 
Avenue, running a distance Of 
414.44 feet along the WMtom 



HHDSSE&BDB9H 

proMr^Mn^n^unnm^ 
Sislince of 370 feet along the 
NorttJern property line. (Lake 
Holly-Rudee inlet Area). 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

10. Application of Riparian 
Investment Attociatet by. 
Grover C, Wright, Jr., for a* 
USE PERMIT to construct 51 
motel units on certain property 
located on the Eatt tide of 
Atlantic and at the South tide 
of 39th Street, running a 
dittance of ISO feat along the 
East tide of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a dittance of 150 feet 
4^ng the South tide of 39th 
Street, running a distance of 150 
feet along the Eattern property 
line, and running a dittance of 
150 feet along the Southern 
property line, VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH, 

11. Application of William T, 
Pearson for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from One Family 
Residence District (R-1) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
Dittrict (R-3) and a USE 
PERMIT to conttruct 9 
apartment unitt on certain 
property located on the 
Southeatt corner of Arctic 
Avenue and Terrace Avenue, 
running ac dittance of 100 feet 
along the South tide of Terrace 
Avenue, running a distance of 
100 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 100 feet along the 
Southern property line and 
running a distance of 100 feet 
along the East side of Arctic 
Avenue. Said property is known 
at Lett 6, 8, 10 and 12, Block 11, 
Plat of Shore Acret (Rudee 
Inlet Area), VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

12, Application of Double 
Delta Corporation for a USE 
PERMIT to conttruct 24 motel 
unitt on certain property 
located on the South Side of 36th 
Street, beginning at a point 100 
feet West of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a distance of 100 feet 
along the South side of 36th 
Street, running a distance of 140 
feet along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 100 
feet along the Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

13. Application of Martha 
Washington Hotel^Corporation 
for a USE PERMIT to con- 
struct 141 motel-apartment 
unitt and subsidiary uses on 
certain property located on the 
Southwest corner of Atlantic 
Avenue and Eighth Street, 
running a dittance of 150 feet 
along the West side of Atlantic 
Avenue, running a distance of 
150 feet along the South side of 
iighth Street, running a 
distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line and 
running a distance of 200.15 feet 
along the Southern property 
line and a USE PERMIT only 
for parking located on the 
North side of Eighth Street 
between Atlantic Avenue and 
Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 280 feet along the 
Eatt tide of Pacific Avenue, 
running a dittance of 300 feet 
along the North side of Eighth 
Street, running a distance of 280 
feet along the Eattern property 
line of which 180 feet it the West 
side of Atlantic Avenue, run 
ning a distance of 300 feet along 
the Northern property line of 
which 150 feet is the South side 
of Ninth Street. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH, 

14. Application of William J, 
Newton for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from One Family 
Residence District (R-1) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
Dittrict (R-3) ^nd a USE 
PERMIT to contruct four 
apartment units on certain 
property beginning at a point 
180 feet Eatt of Cypreit 
Avenue, running a dittance of 
50 feet along the South side of 
15th Street, running a distance 
of 125 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 50 feet along ttie 
Southern property line and 
running a distance of 125 feet 
along theWestern property line. 
Said property is known as Lots 
35 and 36, Block 105, Plat of 
Lakewood. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

15. Application of William H, 
Paiiette for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from One Family 
Residence District (R-1) to 
Multiple Family Retidence 
District (R-3) and a USE 
PERMIT to conttruct 8 garden 
apartmentt and one townhoute 
totaling 9 units on certain 
property located on the Nor- 
theast corner of Cypress 
Avenue and Lake Drive, run- 
ning a distance of 100 feet along 
the North side of Lake Drive, 
running a dittance of 100 (feet 
along the Eatt side of Cypress 
Avenue, running a distance of 
100 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
dittance of 100 feet along the 
Eattern property line, 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

16. Application of Littleton C. 
Hudgins for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Duplex Dittrict 3 {R-D2) to 
General induatrial District 3 
(Mi 3) and a USE PERMIT to 
operate a tmall vehicle track 
on certain property located at 
the Northwett corner of 
Southern Boulevard and Syket 
Avenue. 

Parcel 1: Uie Permit to 
operates imaM vehicle tracki: 
On cerUIn property located at 
the Northwett corner of 
Southern Boulevard and Syket 
Avenue, running a dittance of 
760 feet more or lots along the 
Wett tide of Syktt Avenue, 
running a dittance of 837 feat 
along the Southern property 
line of which 547 feet more or 
less it the North tide of 
Southern Boulevard, runntng a* 
dittance of 780 feet more or last 
along the Wettern property 
line and running a dittance of 
827 feet mora or Iett along the 
Northern property line. Said 
property containt 13.3 msrt or 
lest acret. 

Parcel 2: Change of Zoning 
from Retidence Duplex Dittrict 
2 (RO 3) to General inouttrlai 
Omm 3 (M.1I), Betinning' 



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I «'<i(il Not i< 



■t ■ POlrtf 34f fMt 

mora or ifti Wa.it af 

34f fMt mart or Itii wwt of 
Syktt Avonut trul running • 
dittanct of IM faat mora w fatt 
along tha loutharn proparty 
Una of MrMch m faat mora ar 
laii li tha North ilda of 
loutharn toultvaN, running a 
dtitanca of 7N flat mora or lata 
along tha Waitarn prapartv 
Una, running a dlitanea SSI faat 
mara or tail alang tha'Nartharn 
proparty Una and running a 
dlitanea of 7M faat mora or Tail 
along tha laitarn proparty 
Wn*. laid taping changa In- 
cludai a portion of Loti 44 and 
4S, Plat of Ocaana Oardani. 
(Ocaana Oardani Araa). 
LVNNHAVIN lOROUOH 

17. Application of Luctila ■. 
Pottar, at all by W. Ihapard 
Drawry, AHernay, for a UtI 
I*IRMIT to oparata a gaiollna 
•upply itatlon on cartain 
proparty locatad at tha Nor- 
thaait cornar of Laikin Road 
and Firit Colonial Road, 
running a dlitanea of m faat 
along tna North ilda of Laikin 
Road, running • dittanca of 170 
faat along tha lait iida of Pint 
Colonial Road, running a 
dtitanca of lio faat along tha 
Northarn proparty Una and 
running a dlitanea of 1M faat 
along tha laitarn proparty 
Una. (Hillton Araa) 
HAVEN BOROUOH 

11. Application of 
Acquliltloni, Inc., for a USE 
PERMIT to construct 36 
apartmant unlti on cartain 
proparty baglnning at a point 
370 faat mora or lait Wait of 
Barbarton Driva, running a 
dlitanea of 313 faat along tha 

. South (Ida of 34th Straat, 
running a dlitanea of 19S.7 faat 
along tha Waitarn proparty 
Una, running a distance of 
187.75 feat along the Southern 

-property line, and running a 
distance of 3S0 faat along the 
Eastern property line. Said 

property containi 1.2 
acres and is known at Lots J 
through 6 and 28 through 37, 
Block 4, Plat of Woodland. 
(Woodland Area). LYNN- 
f LYNNHAVEN 

19. Application of M.E. and 
Thelma B. Gilbert for a USE 
PERMIT for a 7lslta 
recreation campground on 
certain property located on the 
North side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, begini^ng at a point 
780 faat more or isss West of 
Jefferson Avenue, running a 
distance of 240 faat along tha 
Southern property line of which 

140 faat is the North side 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 653 
feet a long the Westurn property 
line, running a distance of 284.5 
feet along the South side of >9th 
Street Extended and running a 
distance of M7 feet along the 
^Eastern property line. LYNN 

>HAVEN BOROUGH. 
\20. Application of London 
Brldga Estates by Owen B. 

"mAett, Attorney, for a USE 

^PERMIT to construct 330 
townhouses on certain property 
located on the South side of 
Reagan Avenue and East and 
West sides of Wayman Lane, 
running a distance of 1668 feat 
. more or less along the South 
. side of Reagan Avenue of which 
938 feat is East Wayman Lane 
and 740 feat Is Wait of Wayman 
Lane, running a dlitanea of 835 
feet along tha Western proparty 
line, and running a distance of 
1458 faat more or lais along the 
Eastern proparty line. Said 
proparty li triangular in shape. 
Plats with more detailaH In- 
formation are available In tha 

.Office of the Department of 

:ity Planning. Said proparty 

antalns 34.96 acres. (London 

fridge Area). LYNNHAVEN 

aOROUGH. 

31. Application of John T. 
Atklnaon for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District, (RS 3) to 
Multiple Family Raildence 
Diitrlct (RM) and a USE 
PERMIT to contruet 104 
apartmant unite on certain 
proparty baglnning at a point 
340 faat South of Laskin Road 
and 185 feet East of Fremac 
Drive on the North side of 
Linkhorn Circle, running a 
distance of 476 feet along the 
Northarn property line of which 
167 faat 11 the South ilde of 
Linkhorn Circle and running a 
dlitanea of 733 feet along tne 
Eaitarn property line, running 
a dlitanea of 668 faat along th» 
Southarn proparty line, running 

a dlitanea of 6«f faat along tha 
Southarn proparty line, running 
a dlitanea of 531 faat along tha 
Waitarn proparty line of which 
350 faat II tha Eait ilde of 
Framac Drive, Said proparty li 
known ai Loti 13 through 19, 
Plat of Fremac Lake Shorai. 
(Fremac Shores Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
Richard J. wabbon 
City Clerk 

923,3T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of tha 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of S^tambar, 1971. 
William T. Jonai, Jr., Plaintiff, 
agalnaf 

Nancy Sharon Ohman Jonai, 
Defendant. 

OROtROF PUBLICATION 

The objact of this suit Is foe 
tha Mid plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said de^ndanf upon 
tha ground! of willful daaartlon. 

And an affldavrt having bean 
made and filed that the 
dafMdant Is not a raildant of 
tha State of Virginia, tha lait 
known poit office addraii 
being, 4M1 Blihop Mill Drive, 
UppM> Marlboro, Maryland, It 
la amarad that ha do appear 
iwra within 10 (ten) daya aftar 
due publication hM^aaf, wtd do 
what may be nacaaaary to 
protect hia intarait In thli Mtt. 
A copy Taita: 

IJOMH V. FENTREII, 
CI.IIIK. 

•y: «iyllii N. Ifyran, Deputy 
Clark. 



THCVIIUIINIABeACH»JN 




NOTICIOP 
PUBLIC HIARINO 



Tha Virginia taach Zonlni 
Board ef Appaali will conduct* 
Public Hearing en WadnaMa, . 
OctMar a, mi, at • P.M. in tha 
Municipal Court Building, 
upatalri court raam, city Hall, 
Virginia iaach, Virginia, Tha 
fellawing appllcatloni will 
appear en tha agenda. 

I. Radamai M, Aivarai 
raguaiti a variance of 30 feet to 
10 feat Inataad af w faat ai 
required on tha frant aat back 
and 10 feet fa "0" faat inataad af 
10 feet on rear abutting 
raildential praparty an Lot l-l. 
Black 6S Aragona Village, 
Kellam Road, iayilda 
Borough, 

II. Iddle I. Brown requaiti a 
variance of 3 feet to 7 feet in- 
itead of 10 feet ai required on 
the rear yard on Lot 133, tec- 
flan 3, Lakavilie Eitatai, 949 
Radwaod Circle, Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

III. Donald H, Clark, Attorney, 
requeiti a variance of 10 feet to 
60 feet Initead of 70 feet ai 
required on a lot on tha north 
Ilde of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, 160 feet eait of tha 
Interieetion of North Plaia 
Trail, Lynnhavan Borough, 

IV. louthland Carp. (7-11) 
requeiti a variance of 16 
iquare feet of ilgn area, with a 
total of 195 iquare feet initeed 
of 74 iquare feet ai allowed on 
premJiei known as 316 Lynn 
Shorf Driva, Lynnhavan 
Borough. 

V. S.L. Nusbaum Co., by P. 
Archbeil, agent, requests a 
variance of 67 square feet of 
sign area, with a total of 99 
square feet instead of 32 square 
feet as allowed. Section 2, 
Laskin Village Apartments, 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk Ex- 
pressway, Lynnhavan Borough. 

VI. S.L. Nusbaum Co., by P. 
Archbeli, agent, requests a 
variance of 128 square feet of 
sign area, with a total of 160 
square feet instead of 32 square 
feet as allowed. This sign to be 
permanent. On a parcel of land 
on the north side of Laskin 
Road, east of First Colonial, 
Hilltop North Shopping Center, 
Lynnhavan Borough. 
V 1 1 . R . K . Chevrolet, by John W . 
Lewis Jr., agent, requests a 
variance of 514 iquare feet of 
sign area, with a total of 1054 
square feet initead of 540 
iquare feet of sign area as 
allowed; for one sign to have 
245 iquare feet per face and two 
sig- ■' to have 137 square feet 
per '.'ace Instead of V-i square 
feet per face as allowed; one 
sign to be 47 feet above grade 
and two signs to be 36 feet 
above grade instead of 24 feet 
above grade as allowed on 
premises known as 2661 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
Lynnhavan Borough. 
Vlil. Grover C. Wright, Jr., 
Attorney, requests an appeal to 
the Zoning Administrators 
decision on Building Permit No. 
D-SOO, issued July 14, 1971, In 
reference to the setback for an 
accessory building on Lots 95 
and 96, Broad Bay Colonv, 2004 
English Cedar Circle, Lynn- 
havan Borough. 
ALL APPLICANTS MUST 
APPEAR BEFORE THIS 
BOARD. 



W.L. Towers 
Secretary 



9^23, 2T 



COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of September, 1971. 
Virginia Elizabeth Mac- 
Dougall, Plaintiff, 
agalnit 

Arthur Grant MacDougall, Jr., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The obleet of thli lult li for 
the laid plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the laid defendant, upon 
the groundi of deiertlon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant li not a reildent of 
the State of Virginia, the lait 
known poit office addraii 
being, in care of Mri. Dorothy 
Brine, P.O. Box 745, Bowling 
Green, Florida it ii ordered 
that ha do appear here within 10 
(tan ) dayi after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
neceiiary to protect hit In- 
tereit in thli luit. 
A cepy-Teite; 
John V. Fentress, Clerk. 
By: Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Mr. Gerald Rublngar, Atty. 
1397 Laikin Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

9-33-4T 



m. Richard Tavtf, Atty. 
Pint i, Mar^wiM Nat^ai 
••nk Bm.> 
Narfalh, VlrgMila Slie 

9.II.4T 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

in lie Clerk'i Office of the 
Clreunr Court of the City of 
virghita Baaeh,en the 17th dayaf 
September, 1971. 
Joy Ferguion, Plaintiff, 
against 

Robert Erwin Ferguion, 
Detandant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of thli suit is for 
the said plaintiff to ob^ 
divorce a vinculo maf 
from the said dafandant upon 
the ground! ef Miertlon. 

4u)d an affidavit having been 
made and fliad that the 
datandant li not a reildent af 
tha ttata ef Virginia, the lait 
knawn peat office addraii 
being, ShMinen, Alabama, it is 
erdarad Mat ha do awaar here 
within 10 (Mn) day! aftar due 
pwblicatien haraM, and do what 
may Be neeaaiary to pro^t hii 
intarMt m this luit. 
A cepyTaafa: 

JOHN V. FINTRISS, CLIRK. 
By: Phyllli N, Styron, Deputy 
Clark. 

Mr. MidMel Dakaura, Atty. 
Ml PltM &M, 
Nertolk. Virginia mil. 

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COMMONWIALTH Of 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk'i Office af fiia 
Circuit Court af the city ef 
yira inia iaach. an the ifth day 
^ Hptambar. 197T. 
Crargthy Leulaa Itharldga Ven 
Noatrand, Plaintiff, 
agalnit 

irvin J. Van Neitrand, 
Defendant. 

OROIRQFPUILICATION 

The obldet of thii luit ii to 
obtain a divorce a vineule 
matrlmenll from tha lald 
dafendanf upon tha greundi ef 
tha partlei having been living 
leparata and apart without any 
cahablfatlen and without 
tiaparatlan for more than two 
yean. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that due 
diligence hai been uaed by or In 
behalf ef the cemplelnant to 
aicartain In which county or 
corperatlan the defendant ii, 
witheut effect, his lest known 
post Office addraii being: S29 
Barbarton Drive, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, It ii erdarad 
that ha do appear hare within 
ten (10) dayi offer due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be neceiaary to protect hii 
intereit In thli lult. x 

A copy-Teite: 
John V. Pentreii, Clerk 
By: J. Curtli Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Tidewater Legal Aid Society 
713 Duke Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 

9-23-4T 



COMMON WEAt,T Hot 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk'i Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 15th day 
of September, 1971. 
Richard Lee Oweni, Plaintiff, 
agalnit 
Claire B. Owens, Defendant. 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 238 Marion Street, 
Elmira, New York, if is ordered 
that she do appeir here witmn 
ten (10) days aftar due 
publication hereof ^and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her interest In this suit. 
A ccpy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk . 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Brydges, Broyles & McKenry 
1769 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia >> 

9-23-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 17th day 
of September, 1971. 
Janice F. Ayars, Plaintiff, 
against 
Wayne J. Ayars, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the groundi of two yean 
teparatlon without 
cohabitation. 

And an affidavit having bean 
made and filed that the 
defendant li not a reildent of 
the State of Virginia, the leaf 
known post office addraii 
being, 13519 Turkey Branch 
Parkway, Rockvllle, Maryland, 
It Ii ordered that ha do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days aftar 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be neceiiary to 
protect hi! intereit In thli lult. 
A eopy-Teite: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK. 
By: Phyllli N. Styron, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Mr. Armand L. Levy, Atty. 
804 One Main Plaza Eait, 
Norfolk, Virginia 33S10 

9-23-4T 



COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk'i Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beech, on the 13th day 
of Auguit, 1971. 
Nora Lucille Bryant Carter 
PlalntlH, 
agalnit 

Buckley Chariai Carter 
Defendant. 

ORDER 

OF 

PUBLICATION 

The objact of thli lult li for 
the laid plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from tha Mid dafendent, upon 
the groundi of deiertlon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant Is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known poit office addraii being 
500 S. 30th Street, Apt. 1-A, 
Richmend, Calltarnla. It li 
erdarad that ha do appear here 
within 10 (ten) daya after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be neceiaary to protect hii 
Intereit in thli lult. 
A copy-Teate: JOHN v. 
FENTRESS, CLIRK. 
Phyllli Ityrj Deputy, Clerk. 

Mr. A.J. Canada, Jr., Atty. 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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VIRGINIA: Clerk's Office ef 
the Circuit Court of the City ef 
Virginia Beach On the 30th day 
'of Auguit, 1971 

BILL RIPKO, complainant, 

VI. 

BILL A RIPKO, at al, 
Raipendent 

INCHANCIRV 
NUMMR 1S169 



ORDiROP , 
PUiLICATIOfe 



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Ttie eMoct ef thli lult la fa 
effect a partition of cartein real 
aitata known ai Lot 36, Block 4S 
aa ahawn on plat entiled 
"ReauMlvliion of Loti 33 thru 
37, Block 4S, Aragona Village, 
lection Nine, Part Three, 
Prineau Anne County, ve.", 
in tha City ef VIrglnle Beech, 
Virginia / and for other further 
and general relief; and it ap- 
pearing from affidavit! in due 
term of lAw now filed, that the 
addreil of the defedant vurt I. 
Repko li unknown; and that 
there are or may be partial 
unknown Interaited In the 
lubiact matter ef thli lult; 

It II Ordered that the lald 
Vere B. Repko and parties 
unknown do eppaar within 10 
day! aftar due pubiicatian ef 
thii order in the Virginia Beach 
Sun, a newipaper in general 
circulation In the City ef 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
do what may be neceiiary to 
protect their intereiti herein, 

JOHN V. FINTRItt, CLIRK 
Phyllli N. Styroi O.C. 

Mr. LB. Cox, Jr., Attorney 
303 Perry Building, 
7510 Oranby Itreet 
Norfolk, Virginia 33505. 
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COMMONWIALTHOf 
VIRGINIA 

Marina Reiourcei Commliiion 

P.O. Box - 756 
AppllcetDon For Oyiter 
Planting Ground 
Newport Newi 

August 38, 1971 

To W.E. Abbott Inspector, 
District No. 22 or City of va. 
Beach, Va. 

i, R.E. Garrett, Address 3729 
Bonney Rd., Va. Beach a 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
hereby apply for ground for 
oyiter planting purposes, under 
the laws of Virginia, made or to 
be made. 

Said ground is In the waters 
of Broad Bay, near Linkhorn 
Bay, and Is estimated to con- 
tain 115.00 acre, and situated 
in District No. 22, or City of Va 
Beach, Virginia, and described 
as follows: Formerly held by D. 
H. Marshall. 

I request that proper notice 
be at once posted and that a 
survey, plat and assignment be 
made promptly as practicable. 
I submit herewith my ap- 
plication fee of $25.00 for 
engineering services; and 
hereby further agree to 
promptly pay ail charge! for 
surveying making plat, 
assigning and recording of 
Oyster Ground Assignment as 
specified In *he Code of 
Virginia, Title : a.1. I agree that 
all legal requirements will be 
promptly met by me. (See 
reverse side for eligible ap- 
plicants)*). 

WItneii my ilgnature thli 28 
day of Auguit 1971. , 
R.E. Garrett 

9-2-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the c;ty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 31st day 
of Auguit, 1971. 
Andrew Keith Emmlnlzer, 
Plaintiff, 
agalnit 

Joan Barbara Emmlnlzer 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of thli suit li for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vhiculo matrimonii 
from tha said defendant upon 
the groundi of laparation In 
excel! of two (2) yean, pur- 
suant to section 20-91 (9) of the 
1950 Code of Virginia, as 
amended 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 34 Buell Street Batlvia, 
New York It Is ordered that she 
do appear here within 10, (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do wht^t may be 
necessary to protect her In- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK . 
By : J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
Herber s. Reid, Jr. 
P. O. 703 

Virginia Beach, Va. 33456 
9-2-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the CItv of 
Virginia Beach,on the 25th day 
of August, 1971. 

Mary C. Wilson, Plaintiff, 

against 

David Wilson, Jr., Defendant. 

ORDER 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit la to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the lald 
defendant upon the groundi ef 
two yean continuous 
separation. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendentlsenonresldentof the 
state of Virginia the last known 
post office addraii being: co 
General Dlllvery, Virginia 
Beech, Virginia not reildent 
of the State of Virginia, It is 
ordered that he 

do appear tan (ten) 

days after due publication 
hereof, end do wtiat may be 
nacaisary to protect his In- 
tweit In thi! lult. 
A copyTaita: JOHN V. 
FINTRISS, CLIRK 
By: Phyllli N. ItyrM, DC. 
James M. /wcKwry, 
1349 Laikin Read 
Vlrtinia Beach, Virginia 
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COMMONWIALTHOf 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk'! Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
VIrglnle l^ach, en the 30th dey 
of Augu!tri97i, 
Ihlrley Phililpi Oewien, 
Plelntiff, 
agalnit 

Hayweed Sim Dawion, Jr., 
Defendant. 

OROIROF PUBLICATION 

The Object of thli luit ii for 
the said plaintiff to Obtain a 
divorce A Vinculo Matrimonii 
from the leid defendant, upon 
the ground! of deiertlon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendent li not a reildent of 
ttie Itata of Virginia, the lait 
known poit office addreii 
being, 1313 Bonfield Avenue, 
Newborn, North Carolina, it li 
ordered that ha do appear l^tr» 
within 10 (ten) dayi after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this lult. 
A copyTeite; 

JOHN V.PINTRIIS, CLIRK. 
By: PHYLLIS N. STYRON, 
OIPUTY CLIRK 

Mr. H, Celvin Spain, Atterney 
P. 0. Box 3341 
VIrglnle Beach, Virginia 

9-2.4T 



COMMONWEALTH Of 
VIROINIA 

In tha Clerk'! Office pf the 
Circuit Court of the dty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 25th day 
of August, 1971. 
Walter Andrew Thornhlll, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Wanda Hope Thornhlll, 
Defendant 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of 
having lived separate and apart 
for more than two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
due diligence has 

been used by or in behalf of the 
Complainant to ascertain in 
which county or corporation the 
defendant is, without effect, the 
last known poit office addreis 
being: 305>/> 16th Street, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, not 
residentof the State of Virginia, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what n ty be necessary to 
protect her interest In thli luit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FFNTRESS. CLERK 

By: PHYLLIS N. STYROS, 
DEPUTY CLERK 
Michael E. Bowerman 
2413 Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9-2-4T 



COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA. 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Clr.i.if Court of the City of 
Virwii 4 Beach, On the 9th day 
of September, 1971. 
Wallace F. Thomas, Plaintiff, 
against 

Marsha Poweri Thomai, 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF I ".'BLICATION 

The object .' this suit Is to 
obtain a divc e a mensa at 
thoro to be later merged Into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant upon 
tha grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having bean 
made and filed that the 
defendant Is a nonresident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
known post office addreii 
being: 70S E. Moore Street, 
Boonevllle, Indiana, it ii or- 
dered that iha do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect 
her Interest in. this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Brydgei, Broylai 8, McKenry 
1369 Laikin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

9-16-4T 

COMMONWEALTH of 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk'! OHice of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of September, 1971. 
Pamela C. Jamei, Plelntiff, 
agalnit 

Char lei Macy Jamat, Oaten 
dant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant Is not a resident of 
the State of Virglnle, the last 
knowh post office address being 
unknown. It Is ordered that he 
do appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessery to protect his in- 
terest In this suit. "^ 
A copy-Teste: John v. Fan- 
tress, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy Clerk 

Mr. L. B. Cox, Jr., Atty. 

7510 Granby Street, 

Norfolk, Virginia jut 



COMMONWEALTHS 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd dey 
of September, 1971 
Loretta Ann Miiison, Plaintiff, 
against ^ . 

Richard lan Million, Oaten 

ORDEROF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the laid 
def«»dant upon the groundi of 
deiwtlon. .. ^ , ^ 

And en affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
0«l««ewit is a nonresident of 
the Stefe of Virginia, the last 
knawn post office address 
being: 3704 98th street, ni., 
••llvue, Washington, H004, it Is 



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erdwed ttiat he de epHir ddre 

within ten (19) daya efter due 

publteatlen hereef , and de v^at 

may be nMeaaary te prefect hia 

Intereit in thli lult. 

A copy'TNtO! John v. Pen^ 

freii. Clerk 

By: J. Curti! Prult, Deputy 

Clerk 1. 

Oerlend M. teyten 

1S10 Pleeiure Heuie Reed 

VIrglnle Beach. Virginia . 

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COMMONWIALTHOf 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk'! Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City ef 
VIrglnle Beach, on the 3rd day 
Of leptember, 1971. 
Prederick I. lorreil, Jr., 
Plelntiff, 
egelnif 
Paya C. lorreii, Defendent 

ORDIROP PUBLICATION 

The Object of this suit li to 
obtain a divorce a mama at 
there to be later merged Into a 
diverce a vincule metrlmonll 
from the leld defendant upon 
the greundi ef deiertlon. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed thet the 
defendent li a nonreildent of 
the Stefe of VIrglnle, the leaf 
known poit office eddreii 
being: c-0 Betty Brown, 310 N. 
8th Street, Rear Apartment, 
Lebanon, Panniylvinia 17043, It 
Ii ordered thet ihe do eppeor 
here within ten (10) dayi after 
due publication hereof, and do 
whet may be neceiiary to 
protect her intereit In thii lult. 
A copy-Teite: John v. Pen- 
treii, Clerk 

Clerk"'* ^"'^*'* '*''"'*' "••'"♦i' 



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one H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



9-16-4T 



COMMONWIALTHOf 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk'! Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
of September, 1971. 
Dorothy Herrlngton 
Shilllngburg, Plaintiff, 
againit 

Lawrence Richard 
Shilllngburg, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of this'-'sult is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa at thoro to be 
merged at the proper time Into 
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from tha said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant's last known poit 
office addreii being 4736 Weit 
Grove Road, Virginia Beach, 
and that due diligence hai been 
uied by or in behalf of the 
plaintiff to atcertain in what 
county or corporation the 
defendant li, without effect. It 
i! ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) dayi after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be neceiiary to 
protect hi! Intereit In thli lult. 
A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentreii, Clerk 
By: Phyllli N. Styron, Deputy 
Clerk 

Mr. R. Stanley Hudglni, Atty. 

1103 FIrit a. Merchant! Bank 

Bidg., 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

9.16.4T'. 



COMMONWEALTH of 

VIRGINIA 

In tha Clark'! Office of tha 
Circuit Court of tha City of 

Virginia Beech, on the 3rd day 

of September, 1971. 

Mariha Gall Phlfer Hendricki, 

Plaintiff, 

agalnit 

Jerry Wayne Hendricki, 

Defendant, 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of thli lulf li to 
obtain a divorce a menia ef 
thoro letar te be merged info an 
abiolute divorce from the Hid 
defendant upon the groundi of 
willful deiertlon. 

And an-affldavit having been 
made and filed that tha 
defendant li a nonreildent of 
the Stefe of Virginia, the leaf 
known poit office addreii 
being: c-o Claude Hendricki, 
503 Westwood Drive, in- 
dependence, Miiiourl, It li 
ordered that he do appeer here 
within ten (10) dayi after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be neceiiary to protect hli 
intereit In thli lult. 
A copy-Teifa: John v. Fen- 
tress. Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Smith, Power I, Lawlaii 
1413 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginia 

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COMMONWIALTHOf 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk'! Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 3rd day 
Of September, 1971. 
Piul F. Goodwin, Plaintiff, 
agalnit 

Gayla Gloer Goodwin, 
Defei^ant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The Object of thit luit is for 
the said plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa at thoro to be 
merged into a divorce a vinculo 
matF^konll from the said 
defendant, upon me grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filao that the 
defendant ii net e reildent of 
the State of Virginia, the leit 
known pest office address 
being : 6260 Coral Lake Drive, 
Miami, Florida, It li ordered 
that Ihe do appear hare within 
10 (ten) day! a«|«r\due 
publication hereof, and do Jnat 
may be neceiiary to prmct 
her Intereit lo thli luH, ,4^ 
A copy Tette: John v. Pan- 
trail. Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D^wty Clerk 

Mr, Barry Kantw, Atty, 
70« Plaza One Building 
Norfelk, Virginia ailB 

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VIRO.N.S****'"^*'^""'-^*^*' 

5. '^*y't ^•"f* •♦ w»» city ef 
y irglnta Beach, en the Ird day ef 

lepteWber, 1971. 

Wayne A. Jonea, Plelntiff, 

Kginat 
jriey a. jenM, Defendent, 
ORDER OP PUILICATION 
The Object of thli lult li te 
Obtain a divorce e vincule 
matrlmenll from the aaid 
defendant upon tha greundi ef 
living leparata and apart for 
two yeeri witheut Interrwptlen 
and witheut eehabttatlen. 

And en effldavlt having been 
mode and filed thet the 
defendant ii a nen-reildent ef 
the itate of Virginia, the leaf 
knewn peat office addraii 
being : 33M Yucca Avenue, lan 
Oiego, Celifernia 93117, it la 
ordered thet the de appear hare 
within tan (10) daya after due 
publlcetlen hereef, end do what 
may be neceaaary te prefect 
her Intereit in thii ault. 
A cepy-Teate: John v. Fen- 
treii, Clerk 

By: J. Curtli Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

one H. Gay, Jr. 
2171 River Road 
Virginia Beach, VIrglnle 

9.16-4T 



VIROINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on the 
10th day of September, 1971. 
Court Peperi No. 1454 
in The Matter of 
Dlitributjonofthe 
EitateofL. CRAWFORD 
SYER 
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE 
IT APPEARING that a 
report of the account! of the 
perionel repreientatlve of L. 
CRAWFORD SYER, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
agalnit the Estate have been 
filed in the Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and that more than six 
(6) months have elapsed since 
the qualification of the personal 
repraientative, on motion of 
United Virginia Bank Seaboard 
National, Executor under the 
last will and testament of L. 
CRAWFORD SYER, deceased. 
It Is Ordered that the 
creditors of said decedent and 
of hi! Eitate, and all other 
periens interested in said 
Estate, appear in this Court, on 
the 27th day of September, 1971, 
and show cauie agalnit the 
payment and delivery of the 
Eitafa, without refunding bond, 
to the distributee! under said 
decedent's will. 

A copy of this Order shall be 
published once a week for two 

(3) lucceiilve week! In the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newipaper publlihed in the City 

of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

A Copy— Teite: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, CLERK 

By: Phyllis N. Styrs 

Deputy Clerk 

J. O. Atkinson, P.O. 

2240 Great Neck Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451 
9-162T 



VIROiNtAi 

in the Circvit cewrf tf m 
City ef vira ifiia leegii m m 
Kh dey ef leplMiiBeff W%. 
Rl: 

Jea^ e. m^it Deceggei 
Ihew Cawae AfflMt 
Olafrlbutlefi Ctwrt Papgrg M». 

1413 

It appegrHiB ttigf a rapert gf 
the aceeunfa ef V^MII 
Nattenei Bank, iKecvlBrilMg 
eateta gf Jdtgph e. mm, 
deceeaed. and ^ ifie tfiMl ami 
demanda ggdlfiat hit eMlg Mb 
been filed In the Clerkii OWif, 
end that tlx mentM Mm 
eigpaad amee the ^v»mtiim, 
en metlen ef tiie pgrgamN 
r^retentative, It Ig grdgrgd 
that the creditera ef, gwl an 
otheri interetted In. ttie ggtMf 
do ihew caute. if any tNy ltd, 
at 10:00 e'cieck In the tgrgwgiii 
en the let day ef OcteNr. mXi 
before thia Court at m etgrl 
reem, ogalnat tfie Nymetit apd 
delivery ef the eatate t imm 
c. weei. decetHd. td m 
legataea witheut redwlritit 
refunding bendi. 

It i! further ordered thgt the 
foregoing pertled ef thIa Ordgr 
be publlihed In the vtrttAlg 
Beech lun. e newtpaigr 
publlihed in the City ef VlrgAlg 
Beech, VIrglnle, ence e uMpfc 
for hwo luecettlve weeks. 

Paul w. Acklai, Judge. 
I eik for thli: 

A Copy Teite: JOHN V. 
FINff Rill, CLIRK 
By niyilii N. Ityr* 

Themai woodi, Afterney 
Roil Building 
Richmond, Virglnle 31919 



Sept. 16, 



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COMMONWEALTH ef VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk'! Office ef the 
Circuit Court of the City ef 
Virginia Beach, on the 14th dey 
of September, 1971. 
Joyce H. Ghi, Plaintiff, 
agalnit 
John Ghl, Defendant. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of thli luit It te 
obtain a divorce A Vincule 
Matrimonii from tha aald 
defendant upon the ground! el 
deiertlon, towarda which 
dapoiltloni will be taken in flie 
law office! of Brydgea, ire\Mt 
li McKenry, 1369 Laikin Read. 
Virginia BaaCh, Virginia, an 
October 33rd, 1971 at )g:gg A.M. 

And an affidavit having bean 
made and filed that the 
defendant li a non-raaWettt ef 
the State of Virginia, tha iMt 
known poit office addreta 
being: 5307 Shadyaide. 
Sultland, Maryland 300n. tt to 
ordered that ha do appeer here 
within ten (10) deyi etter due 
publication hereof, and de whet 
maybe neceiiary to prated 
hi! Intereit In thli lult. 
A copy-Teite: jMn V, Pentreaa, 

Brydgea, Breyiea lb McKenry 
1369 Laikin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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HOMEWORKERS ft AD- 
DRESSERS NEEDED. 
OetaiU. Pottage, ft hwdling 
25 cents. Janws Co., Bm 
642K, Bel Air. Md. 21014. 

GARAGE SALE-121 Pinewood 
Rd in Va. Beach. Dishea. 
Bedding, Glataware, Yard 
tools, ft furniture. Sept. 24 ft 
25 from 10 to 5. 

FEMALE POSITIONS Wanted. 
First claas typing of any kind. 
Will do payroU, billings, etc. 
in our home. Can anrange 
pick-4ip and deliver oflarae 
quantities. ALL WORK 
CONFIDENTIAL. Call 416- 
3141 anytime m- 853-5153 9 to 5 
M(m. thru Frl. 

MILITARY 
IF YOU'RE ETS la within the 
next 3 mwiths, otn* company, 
TERRESTAN OF CHICAGO, 
may have an opporUmity for 
you to own your own business 
in the pert of the couiUry you 
are going beck to. . Will net 
owna* from 8 to 14 thousand 
dollars per year. Total in- 
veatment, SlSOO, secured by 
inventory. For personal in- 
tWT^Iew, call. Mr, Terry. 426- 
7631. 

Houad for Rent to Service 
couple. One block from 
ocean. Call after 12 noon. 428- 
6713. 

ANTIQUES-AND SALVAGE; 
OJaN-UP SALE. AUD- 
DIN'S LAMP ANTIQUES. 
464-6344. ROBBIN'S COR- 
NER. HURRY!!! 

Land for Sale-2 waterfront k)ta 
in Albemarle Shores- 
Sacrifice! ! t^OO.OO and 
Anume. 4l6-4»7. 

For Sale-Monitor Travel 
Trailer-18 ft. Setf-ooiUtfaed, 
hot water beater, ftiraacd, 
^ectric brakea. 12760.00. 
4637. 



"ALTERATIONS" by Mary 
LaiAa, 1616 Dandron Drlw. 
Degwood Aerea, CaU m-im. 



FOR Sale bv Owner, im V.W. 
Air, am-flD rmto. ar^taitf 
owner. I1.C17.SS totBl 
Phone 4254IIIS. 




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MOTEL AND HOME 
OWNERS Spdclal bU 
clmnup and dead ud. 9% 
discount far bU wait oom Ii 
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Sweeping and fire riac« 
repair. Dampers tetwad «r 
fixed. Furnace eleailag, 
Atlantic Bidldera ft " ' 
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Sons 

(Cbntinwd A«m Hft l)[ 

kavc tiMin "put tlM NMt" on 

^ir congreMmm. 
He noted that he has received 

11,000 rrieces of mall on the 

Wijb^i and urged the audience 

to get their friends to organlM 

ai they themselves are 

oiganlzed. ^ 
He made "ft humurous plea to, 

VMease don't write me anymore 

ktters-you're killing my budget 

for envelope and memos." 
In commenting on the "Ad 

Hoc" committee he declared, 

VAnytime ymi can get 55 or W 

Congressmen together from 

tmth parties, form all over the 

United States, behind a single 

issue like this, I can tell you we 

are starting to move." 
Whitehurst remarked that he 

bad tallced with his contact in 

the White House and asked for 

an audience with the Preskient 

concerning the bill. 
"We've got lip service, now we 

want action," he declared. 

A most colorful and poignant 
speaker was introduced as "Just 
9 plain citizen giving his per- 
sonal views." 

. Owens Williams of Port- 
smouth, the only black speaker 
(tf the day.^mmented on the 
rumor that SONS is dying. 

"I want people to know that 
SQNS is not dying, we are 
stronger than we ever were and 
we're going to get stronger," he 
said. 

Bringing shouts of "right on" 
and "tell it like it is," he stated, 
"We are going to let the Federal 
Government and the NAACP 
and the rest of the people know 
that we are tired of being pushed 
around." 

"I was bused-I didn't like it 
then and I don't like it now," 
Williams declared. 

Amidst cheers and applause, 
Williams shouted, "We're going 
to stick together, black and 
white." 

The featured speaker of the 
day was former Florida 
Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr. 

A forceful speaker, Kirk 
paced the stage stating, "Your 
answer is clearly organization, 
effort and democracy." 

"The only way you're going to 
win this battle for quality 
education for every child in 
America, and to stop forced 
busing is to create a county or 
city organization tied to a 
national Organization," he 
declared. 

The Governor and his former 
aide Paul Sullivan, are in the 
process of forming a national 
organization to combat forced 
busing. 

"We are going all across this 
and to stir up. As it were, 
because that's democracy in 
action," he noted. 

Kirk charged everyone to go 
house by house and find, "what 
Uie position of the people in that 
house is." 

"If they are for forced busing, 
let it be known, if they are 
against forced busing, let it be 
known but we must know what 
every one in every house feels 
about tomorrow's children," he 
said. 

Noting that Los Angeles is 
spending $18 million on buses 
alone. Kirk commented. "I want 
to know what everyone in every 
house in Virginia feels about 
spending $18 million in Los 
Angeles, just to ride around in 
trallic." 

"Nobody learns anything in a 
bus." he stated 

"We have to gather together 
in defense of what we want," he 
said, "a contract between the 
educational system of this 
nation, for twelve years for each 
and every child, guaranteeing 
for that child a proper 
education, under proper, 
classroom conditions with a 
proper teaching teacher." 

Winding up the activities of 
the day, Mrs. Owen Wood, 
president of SONS of Virginia 
Beach stated. "If you took a poll 
<rf your schoolteachers, |N^n- 
clpals, blacks, whites and your 
council you would find no one 
wants busing-so I want to know 
why we have it." 

F & M Offers 
Free Service 

First k Merchants National 
Bank today announced the 
lffiplem«ttation of free checkii^ 
services to Individuals in each of 
its sixty-seven Virginia offices. 
In so (kAtg. F&M become tte 
ibvt bank to offer free checking 
on a state-wide basis. 

C. Cttenan McGehee, FAN'S 
Preside, statMi. "For M>me 
time now our organization haa 
provided free cb«:kii^ torvtm 
tn ^eetal ta^aees nieh at tor 
iteM ow stxty-flve ymc% <rf 
age, to newly w^, and more 
ra^^y to studems. We felt ttuit 
M wtuM be in keaptatf tor 
Vlrgite^ IMUm BMk. rUI. 
tobete<Mbukto<" ~ 



Vfeuld Ben Franklin 



buy his meats and frozen foods from 



Gaybrook Farms^ 

Old Ben Franklin was a frugal chap. His formula for making 
important decisions could help you get more out of the dollars you 
spend for your family's food. Ben took a sheet of paper and listed the 
advantages and disadvantages. Then, he made his decision. Try Ben's 
method in determining if Gaybrook Farms Food Service gives you 
more food, dollar for dollar, than your supermarket. ' 



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4619 N. Military Highway 
.Vorfotli, Virginia 23511 

Pleatc tell m« more about your moDey-aaving food icrvice at tiO 
obligatioo on mv part. When tliii food terrice plan it explained to 
OM, 1 thall rtecivc a FREE booklet "101 Meat Cu» ... A Guide 
To Meat Sclcciioii And Care". If I order before October 10, 1971, 1 
will receive a FREE montb't eupply of food for my fami^ (up 
to $50). 



^'*r **«** Zip 

I baire._ people in my faroily. I apend approximately $, 
weekly oa food. I have ■ freezer._Vci __No. 

Prt^ram available with or without a freezer 







smwiscoimr 

When I am fully ctHivtnced that GaybrodiE Fanns 
Food Service will cut my food shopping time Iqr 75% 
plus maintain higher quality meats 8n4 frocen loods 
than my lupermarket can provide, with my first order 
I shall receive absolutely FREE a flMwdi's snwly 
of food (up to $50) widi this coupon. Offer good 
through Octfrfwr 10, 1971 and is good only with 
presentatitMi of this coupon. 




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Gaybibok fajms 

'^6419 N. MILITARY HIGHWAY -NORFOUL 

855-3026